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Programm of FIS Grand Prix in Wisła

Programm of FIS Grand Prix in Wisła
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office FIS World Cup Wisla 2017 Date: 13-09-2017
It will be one of the biggest sport events in history of Polish ski jumping. The inauguration of winter FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix season will take place in Poland in Wisła-Malinka at Adam Małysz Hill. First competitions of the upcoming Olympic season will be organised in November, during the third weekend of the month (17th - 19 th of November).

 

The best ski jumpers in the world will come to Poland at the end of November. The inauguration of the upcoming winter season will be held from 17th of Nomember till the 19th. At Friday, the 17th of November, the qualification for individual competition is planned. Then at Saturday, the 18th of November, team competition will be organised. The individual coompetition will take place at Sunday, the 19th of November. Both events will be organised in the afternoon.

Programm of the competition:

Thursday, the 16th of November
- arrival of the teams

Friday, the 17th of November
- 11:00 - TCM
- 16:00 - official training (2 rounds)
- 18:00 - qualification for the individual event

Saturday, the 18th of November - team competition
- 15:00 - trial round
- 16:00 - first round of team competition
                 final round
                 prize giving ceremony
                 press conference

Sunday, the 19th of November - individual competition
- 14:00 - trial round
- 15:00 - first round of the individual competition
                 final round
                 prize giving ceremony
                 press conference

Monday, the 20th of November
- departure of the teams

 

Zupancic wins the competition in Wisła! Murańka leads the Beskidy Cup!

Zupancic wins the competition in Wisła! Murańka leads the Beskidy Cup!
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 19-08-2017
Second competition of Beskidy Cup took place under the rainy weather at Saturday in Wisła at Adam Małysz’s Ski Jumping Hill.

The winner of the event was Miran Zupancic from Slovenia. After the first round Slovenian athlete was the fifth, but his jump of 130.5 metres long gave him the first step on the podium. - In every competition I try to be the first. Today I made two good jumps, especially the second was good. I’m really happy that I managed to be the first – says the Slovenian ski jumper - The weather wasn’t the problem for me. I was focused on my jumps. I really like the hill. Every time I come to Wisła I like jumping here – he adds.

Klemens Murańka from Poland stood on the second step on the podium. He also jumped 130.5 metres, but his overall score was smaller and he lost 1.2 point to Zupancic. At the same time he became the leader of Beskidy Cup. - Today I made two good jumps. That one from the official training wasn’t as good as I expected that it would be, but in the end I am so contented about my performance. Tommorow will be the third competition of Beskify Cup and I will fight till the end. I feel marvellous that the Beskidy Cup leader bib is mine. I know that I owe to my hard work and the renunciations – says Klemens Murańska about his performance - What was missing for the first position? Better jump. Generally speaking it was alright, but I missed a little bit of luck.

Alex Insam from Italy was the third in today’s competition. He jumped 128 metres.  - I didn’t expect to have a such a good result. I’m so happy because my jumps were really good. We train a lot in Wisła, so I know the hill – says Italian athlete.

Third competition of Beskidy Cup will take place at Sunday in Frenstat, Czech Republic.

Official results

COC General Classification

Klemens Murańska leads the Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka after the first round

Klemens Murańska leads the Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka after the first round
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 19-08-2017
First round of Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka has just finished. Contrary to yesterday in Szczyrk, today the weather isn't good for jumping, it rains during almost the whole copetition.

Klemens Murańka is the winner of the first round of the competition in Wisła. He jumped 128 metres. Just 0.3 points behind him is placed Aleksaner Zniszczoł who jumped 128.5 metres. Filip Sakala from Czech Republic was the third with his jump of 125.5 metres long.

Results

Schuler won the trial round of Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka

Schuler won the trial round of Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 19-08-2017
Second competition of Beskidy Cup takes place at Saturday afternoon in Wisła-Malinka. Rainy weather wasn't the problem for the athletes.

Andreas Schuler from Switzerland won the trial round before the second event of Beskidy Cup in Wisła Malinka. He jumped 130 metres. Maximilian Steiner from Austria was the second (127.5 metres). Third place went for  Aleksander Zniszczoł from Poland (129 metres). Polish athlete won the competition in Szczyrk at Friday.

First round will start at 18:30.

Results

Start list for the first round of the Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka

Start list for the first round of the Beskidy Cup in Wisła-Malinka
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 19-08-2017
The second event of Beskidy Cup will take place at Saturday (19th of August) at Adam Małysz’s Ski Jumping Hill in Wisła-Malinka. Radek Židek decided that he won’t change anything in Polish team for the Saturday’s competition in Wisła so that we will see 11 Polish athletes in the first round – then same who jumped in Szczyrk at Friday.

Similarly like in Szczyrk at Friday, 75 athletes from 18 different nations, among them 11 Polish ski jumpers, will participate in the competetition organised in Wisła-Malinka. All Polish athletes: Aleksaner Zniszczoł, Klemens Murańka, Bartłomiej Kłusek, Bartosz Czyż, Jan Ziobro, Krzysztof Miętus, Paweł Wąsek, Krzysztof Biegun, Przemysław Kantyka, Stanisław Biela and Łukasz Bukowski, will have the opportunity to fight for point in COC classification. – We won’t change anything in the squad for the competition in Wisła so that in the event will jump all the athletes we saw in Szczyrk – informs Radek Židek, Head Coach of Polish National Team B – Today we had an exam in our team. Andrzej Stękała was a fore-jumper and I must admit that he jumped much better, but not good enough to jump at Saturday in Wisła. He must continue the trainings that make his performance better. What else, he needs to concentrate on  the upcoming period, on the competitions in Stams and Trondheim. It’s worth to add that his jumps still are quit unstable and unclear – adds the Coach from Czech Republic.

Radek Židek emphasizes the fact that he will choose the best five Polish ski jumpers who will participate in Sunday’s competition in Frenstat after the second event of Beskidy Cup organised in Wisła-Malinka. – We will decide at Saturday who will go to Frenstat to participate in the final of Beskidy Cup. After only the first event in Szczyrk it is too early to choose the best athletes – summarizes the Coach.

Programm of Beskidy Cup:

 Wisła - Saturday, 19th of August 2017
- 16:00 - official training (one round)
- 17:30 - trial round
- 19:00 - first round of the competition

Frenstat - Sunday, 20th of August 2017
- 11:30 - official training (one round)
- 12:30 - trial round
- 13:30 - opening ceremony
- 14:00 - Beskidy Cup final

Entry for Polish events of Beskidy Cup is free, so we invite all the fans to come and cheer up Polish team.

Start list for the first round of the competition

Polish podium in the first event of Beskidy Cup in Szczyrk!

Polish podium in the first event of Beskidy Cup in Szczyrk!
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 18-08-2017
Beskidy Cup comes back to the schedule of Summer Continental Cup. The events take place in Poland and Czech Republic. Polish ski jumpers dominated in the inauguration event. Aleksander Zniszczoł stood at the first step of the podium; he jumped 99 metres in the first round and 100.5 metres in the final round. He was only 0.5 point better than another Polish athlete, Klemens Murańka, who jumped 97.5 metres and 101 metres. At the third step of the podium stood Miran Zupancic from Slovenia (95.5 metres and 101.5 metres).

Three different ski jumping hills and three days of competitions – in Szczyrk, in Wisła and in Frenstat – this is how looks the Continental Cup in Poland and in Czech Republic that take place under the name of Beskidy Cup. Beskidy Cup comes back to the rivalry after the break of almost thirty years. Someday it was organised as one of the FIS competition in the years 1958-1989.

The weather during the inauguration was beautiful, sunny and hot. The best at HS-106 Hill in Szczyrk was Aleksander Zniszczoł, who won the competition in front of the Polish audience. In my opinion today  it was a taught competition but I managed to perform two good jumps. I’m satisfied with my performance. Every jump, except that from the official training, was correct. – said Polish athlete - I didn’t expect that I can win in today’s competition in Szczyrk. I just wanted to do my best and this is what I done. I had nice jumps in official training so I knew that I’m capable to fight for the podium. In my opinion today’s conditions at hill were fair for every athlete. The wind was the problem during the official training and the trial round, but then the weather was better and in the final round I can say that it was pretty perfect for jumping. – he added.

Fans from Poland had more opportunities to scream of joy because at the second step of the podium stood another Polish athlete – Klemens Murańka.  I’m also contented about my performance. Second place is also a good place. It was quite hot today for jumping and I don’t like the weather like that. But generally speaking I’m glad. – said the ski jumper from Zakopane - I’m in a good shape and I enjoy jumping. During our last trainings in Frenstat my jumps were really satisfying. What I have to do now is to keep performing in the same way.

At the third step of the podium stood a Slovenian athlete, Miran Zupancic. I am so satisfied about my today’s performance but unfortunately I made some mistakes. I’m glad that despite them I managed to stand at the third step of the podium – summarizes the ski jumper.

Second competition of the Beskidy Cup will take place at Saturday (19th of August) in Wisła-Malinka at Adam Małysz’s Ski Jumping Hill. The first round of the event will start at 19:00.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Results after first round of competition in Szczyrk

Results after first round of competition in Szczyrk
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 18-08-2017
First event of Beskidy Cup takes place in Szczyrk, at Skalite Hill. First round of the competition has just finished.

First round of the competition started at 17:00. 75 athletes from 18 countries participated in the event. 30 ski jumpers will jump in the final round at Skalite Hill.

The best after first round was Aleksander Zniszczoł from Poland who jumped 99 metres. Just behind him was placed  Klemens Murańka,also a Polish athlete, with a jump of 97.5 metres long. Ziga Jelar from Slovenia was the third and he jumped  98 metres.

Final round will start at 18.20.

Results

Beskidy Cup: Results of trial round in Szczyrk

Beskidy Cup: Results of trial round in Szczyrk
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 18-08-2017
First event of Beskidy Cup takes place in Szczyrk, at Skalite Hill. Trial round has just finished.

Maximilian Steiner from Austria is the winner of the trial round. He jumped 106 metres of distance. Just behind him, on the second step of the podium stood ex aequo Polish ski jumper Aleksander Zniszczoł (97.5 metres long) and Michael Glasder from USA (92 metres long).

First round will start at 17:00.

Results

Results of official training in Szczyrk

Results of official training in Szczyrk
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 18-08-2017
Official training before Beskidy Cup event in Szczyrk has just ended. Blaz Pavlic from Slovenia was the first. Just behind him were Polish athlete Klemens Murańka and Martti Nomme from Estonia.

The official training before Beskidy Cup in Szczyrk in which participated 62 atheletes from different nations  has just ended. The longest jump ( 104.5 metres long) was of Blaz Pavlic from Slovenia. Klemens Murańka from Poland was the second and he jumped 104 metres of distance. Third step of the podium was for Martti Nomme from Estonia (102.5 metres long). 

 

Results 

75 ski jumpers will participate in Beskidy Cup in Szczyrk

75 ski jumpers will participate in Beskidy Cup in Szczyrk
Author: Dominika Bączek / Press Office Beskidy Cup Szczyrk & Wisla 2017 Date: 18-08-2017
At Friday, 18th of August, first competition of Beskidy Cup will take place in Szczyrk at HS-106 Ski Jumping Hill. After the 30-years-old break Beskidy Cup returns to the schedule of summer events. 75 athletes from 18 different countries will jump at Friday’s competition, among them 11 ski jumpers will be from Poland.


Coach Radek Židek decided that 11 Polish athletes will jump in Szczyrk: Krzysztof Miętus, Stanisław Biela, Łukasz Bukowski, Krzysztof Biegun, Bartłomiej Kłusek, Jan Ziobro, Aleksander Zniszczoł, Przemysław Kantyka, Klemens Murańka, Paweł Wąsek and Bartosz Czyż.
 

Programm of Beskidy Cup:

Szczyrk - Friday, 18th of August 2017
- 14:00 - official training (one round)
- 15:30 - trial round
- 17:00 - first round of the competition

Wisła - Saturday, 19th of August 2017
- 16:00 - official training (one round)
- 17:30 - trial round
- 19:00 - first round of the competition

Frenstat - Sunday, 20th of August 2017
- 11:30 - official training (one round)
- 12:30 - trial round
- 13:30 - opening ceremony
- 14:00 - Beskidy Cup final

 

 

 

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