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Oberlausitzschanzen:

K-Point: 33 m
Men Winter Hill record: 31.0 m (Steffen Wonde DDR)
Further jumps: K20, K12
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1953
Conversions: 1967, 1988
Year of destruction: 1991
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Traktor Sagar
Coordinates: 51.51355, 14.797597 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The ski jumping hill which is said to be the most north one of Saxony was built in 1953 in so-called Bienengarten, an area south of Sagar not far from the Polish border.
In 1967/68 the hill was completely renewed and it received a large wooden tower whose props stood on solid concrete fundaments and are still visible today. At the opening of the plastic covered ski jumping hill young jumpers of the sports club Dynamo Klingenthal took part, too. One of them was Henry Glass, who is today co-trainer of the German national team and bronze medal winner of the Olympics at Innsbruck 1976, and jumped a first hill record of 27 m. At a second visit in 1972 the same jumper enlarged his own the hill record on 30 m, until 31 m were later realized on snow.
In 1988 security reasons lead to a reduction of the tower size and consequently to the size of the hill, but already 1991 ski jumping business had stopped and the destruction of the hill was just a question of time.

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5)   Jan Noack   wrote on 2020-08-07 at 13:43:

Schnee von gestern

http://sagar.de/schnee-von-gestern/

4)   Rüdiger Mönch   wrote on 2013-02-25 at 21:18:

Skispringen auf der Kleinen Oberlausitzschanze

Am 24.02.2013 fand im Rahmen des 1. Wintertreffens auf dem Wintersportgelände im Skerbersdorfer Bienengarten ein Skisprigen auf der kleinen Oberlausitzschanze statt. Zahlreiche Besucher sind der Einladung des Fördervereins "Krauschwitzer Neißeland" gefolgt. Eine Langläufergruppe startete vom Museum Sagar aus. Viel Wissenswertes über die Schanze wurde im Rahmen eines Projektes herausgearbeitet .

3)   Nico   wrote on 2012-10-13 at 19:34:

BSG Traktor Sagar

hallo

super das ich hier mal was über die schanze finde. ich war als kind selbst einige jahre mitglied in dem verein und habe skisprung gemacht. von der großen schanze bin ich jedoch nie gesprungen, nur immer von der kleinen 12 m schanze. war ja selbst noch klein, so 8 bis 10 jahre würde ich sagen. war immer super dort draußen. unsere skilehrer waren herr und frau tillack.

beste grüße

2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2011-02-24 at 21:43:

Koordinaten

Danke, wurde aktualisiert!

1)   Lars Stöckner   wrote on 2011-02-24 at 19:50:

Oberlausitzschanze

Die genauen Koordinaten der Schanze sind:
51°30'47.32"N 14°47'49.30"E

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