Sunkar International Ski Jumping Complex is a ski jumping complex in Almaty, built for the 2011 Asian Winter Games to host ski jumping competitions. In 1956, under the supervision of Eduard Chuprov, a teacher of the Physical Culture Institute, the 55-meter springboard was restored, and a few years later the first republican competitions in ski jumping and Nordic combined took place in the Kazakh SSR. The first international competitions with the participation of 9 Soviet republics took place in 1959. Over time, the springboard fell into disrepair and was destroyed. On September 25, 2010, on the site of the old ski jumps, a new complex was opened, consisting of K-125 and K-95 ski jumps in the presence of the First President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. It also includes a stadium, a media center, a school for training young jumpers, a gym, a cable car, a road junction that provides access to the stands, start and finish points; ground and underground parking for 200 cars. At the opening of the complex ski jumping competitions were held as part of the Continental Cup. On May 9, 2013, the second phase of the complex was opened, consisting of two training jumps K-20 and K-40, as well as a sports K-60. A sports school will be organized on the basis of the complex for training athletes in ski jumping. To conduct the junior world championship in northern disciplines, a new track was constructed at the complex that meets modern requirements: it is a tracking system, a timing system and lighting. The southern part of the route is asphalted to get both a competition zone and a recreation area for citizens. The area of the complex is more than 15 hectares. Here are located: a stadium that can accommodate almost 6000 spectators, a school for the training and training of young jumpers, a gym and a cable car and a parking for 200 seats. The Sunkar entered the top five of the world’s best structures of this type according to experts from the International University Sports Federation. In 2011-2016, Almaty is my first love retro-festival was held at the ski jumping complex, becoming a new venue after the Alatau sanatorium. The complex regularly hosts the summer and winter youth ski jumping championships of Kazakhstan among adult athletes, juniors, young men, boys and girls. In addition, at the championship of Kazakhstan, athletes compete in the discipline of ski biathlon among adults and juniors.