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Schießbergschanze:

K-Point: 28 m
Men Winter Hill record: 36.0 m (Heinz Kohs DDR)
Year of construction: 1930

Lehmgrubenschanze:

K-Point: 15 m
Year of construction: 1970
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Fortschritt Crottendorf
Coordinates: 50.507738, 12.944754 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The small „Schanze am Schießberg“ in Crottendorf was inaugurated in 1930 and used for a last time in 1965. The most intensive boom-time of the hill was in early 1960’s, when a wooden inrun construction was set up in order to realize longer jumping distances. The very active and crazy about ski jumping members of the winter sports section of BSG Fortschritt Crottendorf were the ones who held up high club tradition and organized ski jumping business! By the way, the outrun of the jump didn’t have a horizontal part and so the jumpers had to finish their jumps with a risky slide aside. The last hill record was set up by Heinz Kohs from Oberwiesenthal with 36 meters.
After 1966 ther was no more ski jumping hill at Schießberg, but only short time later a small ski jump fur pupils with K15 was constructed in a closed clay pit (“Lehmgrube”). This jump was affectionately called “Schanze in der Huhle” by the local people, but didn’t stand for long time, because the construction was struck by lightning.

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