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FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Klimov won the individual competition!

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Klimov won the individual competition!
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 Date: 18-11-2018
First weekend of FIS World Cup 2018/2019 has come to an end. Evgeniy Klimov from Russia was the best in the individual competition which he won in front of Stephan Leyhe, Germany. Japanese athlete Ryoyu Kobayashi stood at the thirs step of the podium. The best Polish ski jumper was Kamil Stoch who ended the competition at 4th place. He lost 0.3 point to the podium.

The first individual competition in the winter season took place on the last day of the inauguration weekend at Adam Małysz Hill. Despite of the snow and a changeable wind the event was held without any problems.

Evgeniy Klimov, the winner of FIS Summer Grand Prix 2018, was the leader of the competition after the first round. He proved that he is in a good shape and he took the lead of the event with a jump of 127.5m (130 points). Kamil Stoch jumped only one meter less than the Russian ski jumper, so in the middle of the competition he was the second. Ryoyu Kobayashi was the third after the first round of the competition. He jumped 137.5m but because of his bad landing he received bad notes from the judges. Four other Polish ski jumpers qualified to the final round of the competition – Piotr Żyła (9th place), Dawid Kubacki (12th place), Jakub Wolny (21st place) and Maciej Kot (29th place). Stefan Hula was the only one who didn’t manage to qualify to the final round (115m, 38th place).

Evgeniy Klimov was again the best in the final round. His jump was the longest (131.5m) and he won the competition. It was his best performance ever because he has never won the World Cup competition. – It was a fantastic competition for me and I am happy of my win – said the Russian ski jumper – I liked the preparation of the hill and the supporters who made a great atmosphere. Stephan Leyhe from Germany stood at the second step of the podium. He jumped 130.5m. – I am satisfied of my today’s performance and I am glad that it is the second day when I stand on the podium. I am looking forward to the next competitions – said Leyhe. The younger Kobayashi brother, Ryoyu, ended the competition at third position. – Today I made two good jumps, in the first and final round of the competition – announced Kobayashi – I appreciate Polish supporters who made a great atmosphere and supported me.

Kamil Stoch ended the competition just behind the podium. The distance of his jump was the same as that of Ryoyu Kobayashu, but his note was worse. He lost 0.3 point to the podium. Piotr Żyła ended the competition at 6th position which was better than in the first round. Also Dawid Kubacki performed better in the final round and ended the event at 9th place. – My performance wasn’t so good, but I am satisfied with my second jump. That one in the first round was unfortunately bad – said Kubacki. – All in all, I think that it was a positive weekend, today three Polish athletes ended the competition in top10. It’s a good and peaceful season opener. Now we need to continue training and start to be better – he added – The weather condition changed today, but in my opinion it was better than on Saturday. The direction of the wind was totally different and it was strong. The out-run was better every day. Today it was pretty nice what you could observe in a way the ski jumpers landed.

Jakub Wolny ended the individual competition at 23rd place and Maciej Kot was ex equo with Lukas Hlava at 29th place.

 

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Polish ski jumpers to win the team competition!

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Polish ski jumpers to win the team competition!
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 Date: 17-11-2018
Polish ski jumpers won the first team competition in FIS World Cup season 2018/2019. They showed an amazing shape at Adam Małysz Hill on Saturday. There was no doubt that they win the competition. Polish athletes: Piotr Żyła, Jakub Wolny, Dawid Kubacki and Kamil Stoch, had 11.1 points more than German ski jumpers. Austrian ones stood at the third step of the podium.

Despite bad weather forecast and wind first team competition in the World Cup season took place without any interruptions. Poland was represented by Piotr Żyła, Jakub Wolny, Dawid Kubacki and Kamil Stoch. They started the season in the best way possible - by winning the team competition. They were leading the event after the first round. Polish athletes obtained 518.5 points overall and it was 10.4 points more than the German ski jumpers had. Third place belonged to Austrian nation. The right to jump in the final round also had the ski jumpers from Japan, Switzerland, Slovenia, Russia and Czech Republic. It was a big surprise that Norwegian ski jumpers did not qualified for the final round and ended the competition at 10th place.

In the final round Polish ski jumpers proved that their shape is really good. Despite a little bit weaker performance of Dawid Kubacki, they managed to win the first team competition in the season. – Team competition was really amazing. I am happy that so many supporters came here to cheer us up. The atmosphere was great so it motivated us to jump further – said Kamil Stoch with a smile on his face – It is important that coach still trusts me and I had the possibility to jump in the competition and I could work on my shape. My teammates made a good job today and it’s a pleasure for me to be part of it – he added. – After my jump I wasn’t worried, but surprised. I felt at in-run that my jump will be good, also coach told me that, but the weather conditions did not permit me to jump far. I believed until the end, because team means force. Kamil did what everybody expected from him that’s why we won the competition – said Dawid Kubacki – We should appreciate the organizers and everybody who help with the preparation of the hill. Congratulations that everything has been prepared so well. There are still some small problems, but taking into consideration the weather conditions, they did all their best. The out-run is better than yesterday and in my opinion tomorrow it will be even better. We have to remember that the hill was prepared in four days – added Kubacki.

German ski jumpers, Karl Geiger, Markus Eisenbichler, Stephan Leyhe and Richard Freitag, stood at the second step of the podium. - We are really satisfied of the second place. To stand on a podium is a good result for us in a season opener. It was a great competition in which the fight for the first place lasted until the end – said Karl Geiger - In-run is perfect, the out-run is not that perfect, but the organizers did all they can to prepare the hill. Taking into consideration the outdoor conditions, it was really good – he added.

Third place belonged to Austrian ski jumpers: Michael Hayboeck, Clemens Aigner, Daniel Huber and Stefan Kraft. - It was a good start into a new season for us. For the win it was not enough, so we have to jump better next time. We are satisfied with the podium and it was a great atmosphere here. Last season wasn’t the best for us, so it was good to start with the podium. I want to congratulate the Polish and German team for their good performance – said Clemens Aigner - I think the ski jump preparation is not the best but it’s okay for the competition. The conditions are the same for everybody – he added - I hope that tomorrow I can improve my jumps a little bit. I hope for a whole team to make a good performance.

Individual competition is planned for Sunday at 3pm.

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Klimov wins the qualification, 6 Polish ski jumpers to jump in the competition

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Klimov wins the qualification, 6 Polish ski jumpers to jump in the competition
Author: Press Office FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 Date: 17-11-2018
The best ski jumpers in the world inaugurated the winter season on Friday. 70 athletes from 15 countries participated in the qualification which was won by Evgeniy Klimov who had 1.4 point more than Polish ski jumper – Dawid Kubacki. The third place belonged to Stephan Leyhe from Germany.

For the second time in history the winter season kicks-off at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. Ski jumpers made their first jumps during two rounds of official training and in the qualification. Evgeniy Klimov won the qualification. He performed well during the trainings and later, in the qualification for the individual competition, he jumped 137 meters and obtained 137.7 points.

Second place belonged to Polish athlete – Dawid Kubacki who jumped 128 meters and obtained 136.3 points. – Taking into consideration the weather, the hill is really well prepared for the competition. I see that the organizers work there all the time and day by day it will be better – says Kubacki about the hill – My today’s performance was really good. My jumps were stable, but I know that it’s not 100% of my ideal shape. All in all, it was a good opener for me – he adds.

Stephan Leyhe was the third in the qualification. He jumped 133 meters and his overall note was 135.2 points.

Apart of Dawid Kubacki, also 5 other ski jumpers from Poland will perform in the individual competition. Piotr Żyła was 15th (122m). Distance of Jakub Wolny and Stefan Hula was the same – 119.5m – and they ended the qualification at 28th and 33rd positions. Maciej Kot who landed at 118m was 39th. Kamil Stoch, the winner of last World Cup overall classification, ended the competition at 48th place (111m). – Today I had some problems on in-run, so that my in-run position wasn’t perfect. I was sure that I won’t participate in the individual competition, but fortunately I qualified, so I will do my best on Sunday. I was really waiting to jump on the snow so I am happy that I will perform in two competitions this weekend – says Kamil – Sometimes it happens that the beginning of the season is difficult, there are lot of emotions, we want to compete with each other and despite of our all experience we still make some mistakes. All in all, I am really happy of the opener because it’s always good to be back to the World Cup competitions.

Other Polish ski jumpers did not have enough luck and will not participate in Sunday’s competition. Among them were: Aleksander Zniszczoł (51st place, 113.5m), Tomasz Pilch (54th place, 109.5m), Andrzej Stękała (57th place, 108m), Klemens Murańska (59th place, 109m), Przemysław Kantyka (61st place, 107m) and Paweł Wąsek (67th place, 98m).

Michael Hayboeck, who ended the qualification at 11th position with a jump of 123m,  appreciates all the work done by the organizers. - My jumps were quite okay. Of course these were the first jumps on a large hill in winter so I know that I have to improve them. It’s not my best shape now, but that it’s a situation of almost everybody. Anyway, I’m still satisfied of today’s performance – says the Austrian athlete - The hill is really well prepared for the opener. I know that it was almost a summer weather here in Wisła last days, so it’s great how the organizers prepared the hill today. It’s also better than last year because the out-run was more bumpy – he adds.

The team competition is planned for Saturday. Poland will be represented by Piotr Żyła, Jakub Wolny, Dawid Kubacki and Kamil stoch. 11 nations will participate in the event.

Official results

Start list for the individual competition

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Bib distribution ceremony

FIS World Cup Wisła 2018: Bib distribution ceremony
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 Date: 15-11-2018
Bib distribution ceremony for top10 athletes from the qualification for Sunday’s individual competition will take place on Friday, 16th November, in Fan Zone located at Hoffa Square in the centre of Wisła. The best athletes from the world come to Wisła to participate in a World Cup opener which is held at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła Malinka.

Traditionally, shortly after the qualification to Sunday’s individual event, bib distribution ceremony takes place in the Fan Zone. It starts at 7:30pm. Bib will be distributed to top10 ski jumpers from the qualification.

The official training is planned on Friday at 4pm at Adam Małysz Hill, whereas the qualification for the individual event starts at 6pm.

The entrance is free of charge. We invite you to take part!  

Schedule of press conferences during FIS World Cup 2018

Schedule of press conferences during FIS World Cup 2018
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 Date: 15-11-2018
Five official press conferences will be organised during FIS Ski Jumping World Cup Wisła 2018. Press Office invites media representatives to take part in those conferences. All of them will be held in the new Press Office located in the main building of Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka.

Schedule of press conferences:

 

Friday, 16th November:

 

9:30 am     Conference with Polish ski jumpers and the representatives of coaching staff

 

3 pm   Official signature of a contract between a new Polish Ski Association and Polish Ski Jumping National Team with the presence of such important people as Apoloniusz Tajner, the President of Polish Ski Association

 

Saturday, 17th November

 

12pm   Official signature of a contract with MILKA company with the presence of such important people such as Apoloniusz Tajner, the President of Polish Ski Association, and Adam Małysz, Sport Director in Polish Ski Association

 

Around 6pm-6:12pm (after the prize-giving ceremony) – press conference with the winners of team competition

 

Sunday, 18th November

 

Around 5pm-5:15pm (after the prize-giving ceremony)  –  press conference with the winners of individual competition

70 ski jumpers to compete in FIS World Cup Wisła 2018

70 ski jumpers to compete in FIS World Cup Wisła 2018
Author: Dominika Baczek / Press Office FIS World Cup 2018 Date: 15-11-2018
Tomorrow the best ski jumpers inaugurate the winter season. The first competitions of FIS World Cup are to be held at Adam Małysz venue in Wisła-Malinka. 70 ski jumpers from 15 different countries will jump in the qualification to Sunday’s individual competition. Final squad lists and the qualification’s line-up will be announced after the TCM which will be held on Friday in Golebiewski Hotel in Wisła.

List of the ski jumpers from different nations:

Austria: Clemens Aigner, Philipp Aschenwald, Manuel Fettner, Michael Hayboeck, Daniel Huber, Stefan Kraft, Gregor Schlierenzauer

Bulgaria: Vladimir Zografski

Canada: Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes

Czech Republic: Lukas Hlava, Roman Koudelka, Cestmir Kozisek, Viktor Polasek

Finland: Anti Aalto, Andreas Alamommo, Jarkko Maeaettae, Eetu Nousiainen

Germany: Markus Eisenbichler, Richard Freitag, Karl Geiger, Stephan Leyhe, Pius Paschke, David Siegel, Andreas Wellinger

Italy: Sebastian Colloredo, Alex Insam

Japan: Daiki Ito, Noriaki Kasai, Junshiro Kobayashi, Ryoyu Kobayashi, Naoki Nakamura, Taku Takeuchi

Kazakhstan: Nikita Devyatkin, Sabirzhan Muminov, Sergey Tkachenko, Nurshat Tursunzhanov

Norway: Andres Fannemel, Johann Andre Forfang, Robert Johansson, Andreas Stjernen, Daniel Andre Tande, Halvor Egner Granerud

Russia: Evgeniy Klimov, Denis Kornilov, Mikhail Nazarov, Dmitriy Vassiliev

Slovenia: Jernej Damjan, Anze Lanisek, Zak Mogel, Tomaz Naglic, Bor Pavlovcic, Anze Semenic, Timi Zajc

Switzerland: Simon Ammann, Gregor Deschwanden, Killian Peier, Andreas Schuler

USA: Kevin Bickner

Poland: Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Maciej Kot, Stefan Hula, Dawid Kubacki, Jakub Wolny, Aleksander Zniszczoł, Tomasz Pilch, Klemens Murańka, Paweł Wąsek, Przemysław Kantyka i Andrzej Stękała

Polish squad for the inauguration competitions in Wisła announced!

Polish squad for the inauguration competitions in Wisła announced!
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office World Cup Wisla 2018 Date: 15-11-2018
This week the best ski jumpers in the world will compete in Wisła in the winter season inauguration competitions. It will be the second time in history that Wisła organises such event at Adam Małysz Hill. 12 Polish athletes will perform on Friday in the qualification for Sunday’s individual competition.

 

Stefan Horngacher, Head Coach of Polish National Team A, and Maciej Maciusiak, Head Coach of Polish National Team B, have choosen 12 ski jumpers who will perform in FIS World Cup in Wisła-Malinka. Among them there will be: Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Dawid Kubacki, Stefan Hula, Jakub Wolny, Maciej Kot, Aleksander Zniszczoł, Tomasz Pilch, Paweł Wąsek, Przemysław Kantyka, Klemens Murańka and Andrzej Stękała.

 

Competition programme
FIS World Cup Wisła 2018
16-18.11.2018

16.11.2018, Friday
- 11:00 - TCM
- 16:00 – official training (2 rounds)
- 18:00 - qualification

17.11.2018, Saturday – team competition
- 15:00 – trial round
- 16:00 – first round
              final round
    prize giving ceremony
    press conference
                
18.11.2018, Sunday – individual competition
- 14:00 – trial round
- 15:00 – first round
             final round
             prize giving ceremony
             press conference

 

Meeting with Polish ski jumpers

Meeting with Polish ski jumpers
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office World Cup Wisla 2018 Date: 15-11-2018
Inaguration competitions of ski jumping winter season are approaching. They will be held at the facility in Wisła-Malinka. Traditionally, we want to invite media representatives for a press conference with Polish ski jumpers. The conference will take place on Friday (16th November 2018) in the new press office which is located in the building at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. The conference will start at 9.30am.

 

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Observe the preparations for FIS World Cup in Wisła in new camera!

Observe the preparations for FIS World Cup in Wisła in new camera!
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office World Cup Wisla 2018 Date: 16-10-2018
Only 31 days left for the ski jumping season 2018/2019 World Cup inauguration. For the second time in history it will take place at Adam Małysz hill in Wisła Malinka. The snow production has started at the beginning of October. The organizers assure that all the preparations go well and the end of snow-making actions is planned for the end of this month. Thanks to the well-developed technology of a snow-making company Supersnow, the sunny weather in Wisła is not a danger for the snow production.

The Organising Committee of FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 had a meeting at Adam Małysz hill last week. – Together with all important people working on the competition, we met on Wednesday to talk about the preparation for the season inauguration event. We need also to focus on what is still needed to do before November. I can say that we are on a good way and everything goes well – assures Andrzej Wąsowicz, the President of the Organising Committee FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 – We plan to finish the snow-making on the 25th/26th of October. For that moment we have more than half of snow produced. We are happy that this year the weather is good and there is no rain, because the rain is the worst for the snow. The weather has been sunny for couple of days in Wisła, so that we cover the produced snow.

Just before the inauguration the hill we be tested by Polish ski jumpers. –  I still held that opinion that the hill be ready as soon as possible and we will do best we can to prepare it. We will try do it so that our ski jumpers can train in Wisła before the inauguration – says Andrzej Wąsowicz – We have also a lot of demands from the foreign nations. The more ski jumpers train on the hill before the competition the better for us. We would like that the ski jumpers test the facility so that its preparation will be the best as possible – he adds – We will produced a stockpile of snow, for sure, but if needed we can always produce some more snow.

All the supporters can observe the preparation of hill for the winter season inauguration thanks to our new web camera. You can find it on the PZN website, as well as on the Wisła-Malinka hill website.

 

Competition programme FIS Ski Jumping World Cup Wisła 2018

16.11.2018, FRIDAY

11:00   TCM

16:00   official training (2 series)

18:00   qualification

17.11.2018, SATURDAY – team event

15:00   trial round

16:00   first competition round

              final round

              prize giving ceremony

              press conference

18.11.2018, SUNDAY – individual competition

14:00   trial round

15:00   first competition round

              final round

              prize giving ceremony

              press conference

 

Additional tickets for FIS World Cup Wisła 2018

Additional tickets for FIS World Cup Wisła 2018
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office World Cup Wisla 2018 Date: 05-10-2018
The organizers of FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 would like to inform all the supporters that thank to enlargement of the stand there will be additional tickets for the competition available to buy. The tickets will be on sale at the website KupBilet.pl on the 5th of October.


Competition programme

16.11.2018, FRIDAY

- 11:00 - TCM
- 16:00 – official training (2 series)
- 18:00 - qualification
 
17.11.2018, Saturday – team event
- 15:00 – trial round
- 16:00 – first competition round
             final round
             prize giving ceremony
             press conference
 
18.11.2018, Sunday – individual competition
- 14:00 – trial round
- 15:00 – first competition round
             final round
             prize giving ceremony
             press conference

 

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