The open training of Polish ski jumpers has become a traditional event of a programme during FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix in Wisla. The coach Lukasz Kruczek and the Polish representation will meet their fans on Friday, 25th of July. The beginning of the training is planned for 11am.
The organizators of FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix in Wisla decided about putting up for sale additional sitting tickets in a new sector A7. Stand A7 takes up part of a standing sector B2, what automatically decreased the number of standing places in this sector. In total 6 thousand of tickets at every day of competitions are available for purchase.
The first meeting of a FIS Grand Prix Organizing Committee took place in Wisla’s Community Centre on 22nd of May. The world best ski jumpers with Olimpic champion Kamil Stoch will be competing in Wisla during both team and individual competitions ( 25th-26th of July).
Since 16th of May 2014 all ski jumping fans have had an opportunity to buy the tickets over the Internet. At each day of a competitions it is prepared about 6 thousand of tickets.
Andreas Wellinger won FIS Grand Prix individual competition, which took place on Adam Malysz’s hill in Wisla Malinka. German showed a great performance, landing twice on 132.5 metres. The second place in the competition went to Maciej Kot. Representantive of Poland reached 130 and 131 metres. Roman Koudelka from the Czech Republic came in third (128.5 and 131 meters).
Polish representation turned out the best team in team competition during FIS Grand Prix in Wisla. Kamil Stoch, Maciej Kot, Krzysztof Biegun i Dawid Kubacki won with significant advantage over Germans and Slovenes.
Polish ski jumpers team coach Łukasz Kruczek introduced today the names of thirteen athletes who will represent our country in the upcoming FIS Grand Prix in Wisla (1-3 August). In addition to the competition Poles signed up 16 teams from around the world.
Polish ski jumping first team takes part in a training camp in Wisla. Lukasz Kruczek's team will jump twice a day - in the morning and in the afternoon at the Adam Malysz's ski jumping hill in Wisla Malinka (HS-134).