Archive

News
  • 02
    03
    2016

    FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: as hot as at volleyball floor

    The hosts of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Wisla took care of both the comfort of the fans while watching the struggles of the best ski jumpers in the world (by creating two new grandstand seats), as well as assuring that all the fans gathered around the ski jumping hill named by one of the greatest polish ski jumpers Adam Malysz, are having fun. During this year's competition, fans will be warmed up by best commentator duet Kułaga & Magiera, precisely Grzegorz Kułaga and Marek Magiera, primarily known for creating extremely hot atmosphere during volleyball games. The highest level of excitement will also be provided by radio commentator Tomasz Zimoch, who will be the speaker during the World Cup in Wisla.

    Read more
  • 26
    02
    2016

    The hill is waiting for the best competitors of FIS Ski Jumping World Cup Wisla 2016

    In a week, on Friday 4th March there will be the first of two individual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup competitions in Wisła ( March 3-5 ). Fresh snow fell down on the landing prepared in recent days with the use of both snow cannons and snow transported from the higher parts of the mountains. The Adam Malysz’s Ski Jumping Hill will be ready for the weekend. Participation in next week's competition promises up to 17 representations. The tickets are still available for each day of the World Cup.

    Read more
  • 05
    08
    2015

    FIS GRAND PRIX WISŁA 2015: KUBACKI IS THE WINNER, ŻYŁA THE SECOND!

    On Saturday’s individual competition in Wisła-Malinka, Polish team squad members proved that their victory on Friday’s team contest wasn’t just a coincidence. Polish athletes went out just sensationally. Dawid Kubacki stood on the highest step of the podium, the next one was occupied by Piotr Żyła. The leading ten includes also Kamil Stoch and Bartłomiej Kłusek.

    Read more
  • 01
    08
    2015

    FIS GP WISŁA 2015: POLISH NATIONAL TEAM THE BEST IN TEAM CONTEST!

    It is the third following year when polish national team wins team contest on jumping hill in Wisła-Malinka. Maciej Kot, Piotr Żyła , Dawid Kubacki and Kamil Stoch made long and neat jumps which brought them to the first place on podium leading comfortably over their rivals. Second place was taken by national German team and third place – Norwegian ski jumpers.

    Read more