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RUSRUS-SZSvetogorsk светогорск

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Tramplin Druzhba (трамплин Дружба):

K-Point: 60 m
Further jumps: K20
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1982
Year of destruction: 2006
Status: out of order
Ski club: KSK Svetogorsk
Coordinates: 61.105400, 28.894575 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1982, the "Ski jumping hill of friendship" (Tramplin Druzhba) was inaugurated in Svetogorsk, a small town located directly at the Finnish border, around 20 km north of Wyborg. The K60 was constructed with the help of Finnish ski jumpers and was a copy of the hill in Lahti. Over the years even training camps of the USSR national team and national championships were held there. In 2006, the inrun tower was destroyed by a fire. Furthermore, there was also a wooden K20 hill, which was probably already constructed in 1978.
Though there were professional plans to rebuild the ski jumping center in 2013, they were never realized due to funding issues.

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