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Forstenschanze:

K-Point: 40 m
Men Summer Hill record: 46.0 m (Lars Krause GER, 2012-06-17)
Ladies Summer Hill record: 39.0 m (Jessica Voigt GER, 2019-09-21)
Coordinates: 50.929546, 14.677564 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

Kleine Forstenschanze:

K-Point: 18 m
Ladies Summer Hill record: 19.5 m (Natálie Nejedlová CZE, 2018-10-27)
19.5 m (Natálie Nejedlová CZE, 2018-10-27)
Coordinates: 50.929457, 14.677801 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

Schülerschanze:

K-Point: 8 m
Ladies Summer Hill record: 9.0 m (Veronika Jenčová CZE, 2012-06-17)
9.0 m (Veronika Jenčová CZE, 2012-06-17)
9.0 m (Tereza Koldovská CZE, 2012-06-17)
9.0 m (Klara Lebelt GER, 2012-10-20)
9.0 m (Sarká Slaviková CZE, 2012-10-20)
9.0 m (Nele Eisold GER, 2012-10-20)
9.0 m (Lilly Westerbeek GER, 2012-10-20)
9.0 m (Lilly Westerbeek GER, 2012-10-20)
9.0 m (Lilly Westerbeek GER, 2012-10-20)
Coordinates: 50.929494, 14.677985 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: K3
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1969
Conversions: 1988, 2005
Status: operating
Ski club: TSV 1861 Spitzkunnersdorf
Coordinates: 50.929546, 14.677564 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

On October 6th 1969 the opening ceremony of the “Sprungschanzen am Forsten” took place, which was named after the hill it was built on. Later on the two smaller jumping hills were constructed. 1988 the whole facility was completed with a judges tower and in 1993 floodlight was installed.
In the summer you can jump on plastic mattings and the popular “Three Hills Tournament” is held, although it is the towns Sohland, Kottmar and Spitzkunnersdorf, where athletes fight for the “Oberlausitzpokal”.
In summer 2005 the old outdated inrun tower was replaced by a new one and therewith K30 was enlarged into K40 and got a steel inrun trail.

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Hill records K40 (Men):

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