The first such weekend at the Adam Małysz ski jumping hill in Wisła-Malinka has come to an end. The female and male ski jumpers completed their season opening competitions of the FIS Grand Prix on Sunday evening. In the women's competition Slovenian Ursa Bogataj stood on top of the podium again, while Dawid Kubacki was the best among men.
The qualification on the Adam Małysz ski jumping hill in Wisla-Malinka took place on July 16th, initiating the FIS Grand Prix cycle for both male and female ski jumpers. On this day, the Slovenian Ursa Bogataj and Polish athlete Kamil Stoch were the best at the venue in Wisla. It is worth mentioning that ladies had a chance to compete on the hill in Wisla for the first time in history.
At Friday they took place qualification for Saturday’s individual competition. The host of the only FIS Grand Prix competitions this summer is Wisła. Today was the official training and prologue with 46 competitors from 11 countries. The best of the competitors was Kamil Stoch, who jumped 133.5 meters and managed to win the TVP Sport Cup.
Traditionally the inauguration of FIS Grand Prix in men ski jumping will be held at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. The only competition in this summer season are planned for the fourth weekend of August. The best ski jumpers in the world will compete at the facility from the 21st to the 23rd of August 2020. The programme of FIS Grand Prix Wisła 2020 was revealed today.
The rivalry of the best ski jumpers in the world in the individual competition took place on Sunday at Adam Małysz hill in Wisła-Malinka. The best was Daniel Andre Tande who had 15 points more than Anze Lanisek from Slovenia. Polish athlete Kamil Stoch stood on the third step of the podium.
The first competition of new winter season of FIS World Cup 2019 took place on Saturday at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. The Austrian team was unbeatable in the team event. They had 20 points more than the Norwegians, whereas the Polish ski jumpers stood at the third step of the podium.
FIS World Cup Ski Jumping season opener competitions take place at Adam Małysz Hill for the third time in history. The qualifications, which were won by Karl Geiger (133 meters), were held on Friday. Killian Peier (125.5 meters) was the second, whereas the Austrian Daniel Huber (122 meters) was the third. When it comes to the Polish athletes, the best among them was Dawid Kubacki who jumped 123 meters and ended the qualifications at the 7th position.
We are only 2 days away from the inauguration of the ski jumping World Cup, which will take place for the third time in history on the Adam Malysz Ski Jumping Hill in Wisla-Malinka. In the first competition of the winter season 13 polish athletes will have the right to start. Coach Michał Doležal and Maciej Maciusiak announced the composition of our team for the inaugural winter season 2019/2020 World Cup competitions in Wisła.
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