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Tännichtschanzen:

K-Point: 28 m
Men Summer Hill record: 30.5 m (Tom Krause GER, 2016-10-16)
30.5 m (Oliver Böhme GER, 2016-10-16)
Further jumps: K14, K5
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1970
Conversions: 1974, 2016
Status: operating

Schanze der Freundschaft:

K-Point: 15 m
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1930
Conversions: 1952, 1999
Status: out of order
Further jumps: no
Ski club: Ski-Club Sohland

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History:

On October 28th 1928 the Ski-Club Sohland an der Spree was founded after the wishes of many members of the local hiking club “Alpenveilchen”. Because of a fast growing number of members, building new sports facilities became more and more important, mainly construction new ski jumps. Always following the will to be able to jump better and wider.
1929: First ski jump at "Schreibers Berg" (Widths of about 11 meters)
1930: New ski jumping hill at the "Schwarze Koppe" (Widths up to 20 m)
1931: Reconstruction of the ski jump at the "Schwarze Koppe" (13 meter high inrun tower made jumps on 30 m possible)
1949: Construction of a provisional hill at "Schreibers Berg"
1952: Reconstruction of the jump at the Schwarzen Koppe as "Schanze der Freundschaft" – Construction of a pioneer hill at "Kuhberg"
1957: Construction of a new pioneer hill at the stone mine at "Thiele-See"
In the first 30 years the ski club could only practise and hold competitions at Sohland in winters with enough snow, but in 1959 there was an important turning point, because of the covering with plastic mattings of the “Schanze der Freundschaft”.
1959: Covering of the "Schanze der Freundschaft" with mattings
1969-1972: Construction of the plastic covered "Tännichtschanze" (KP 27,5 m)
1975: Setting up of a youth hill (KP 8 m) at "Skisportzentrum Tännichtschanze"
In October 1999 pupils discovered the landing hill of former “Schanze der Freundschaft” at Schwarze Koppe an constructed a new 7 m high wooden inrun tower. On 2000-01-01 the opening of the new ski jumping hill took place and since the jump has been used few times in the winters.
The Tännicht ski jumping facility was modernizied in 2016 and re-opened on 2016-10-16. The K28-Tännichtschanze was re-constructed and covered with new plastic mattings, and the former K8 was replaced by a K14 summer hill, as well as a new K5 mini ski jump.

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2)   Ronald Rothe   wrote on 2018-07-21 at 08:40:

Eine größere Sprungschanze?

Vor einiger Zeit habe ich erfahren , dass am Standort Tännicht die Idee einer größeren Sprunganlage umgesetzt werden sollte, ist das Wahrheit oder Fantasie?

1)   Ronald Rothe   wrote on 2015-09-23 at 17:57:

Sohland - Ortsteil Wehrsdorf

Im nach Sohland eingemeindeten Wehrsdorf gab es einst ausgangs Richtung Dresden auf der linken Seite der Strasse am Waldrand ebenfalls eine Sprungschanze.

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