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  • 05
    10
    2018

    FIS Worl Cup Wisła 2018: The start of the press accreditation applying process

    The media representatives can apply for the accreditations for the winter season inauguration competitions which will be held at Adam Małysz Hill (HS-134) in Wisła-Malinka. You can send us the correctly filled application forms until the 5th of November. Later we will not accept any applications. You can apply for the accredition only by using the official website of the competition Press Office – www.wisla-malinka.com. In the tab “Media” you can find the rule book of the process of granting the accreditation and of the work of the Press Office during FIS World Cup Wisła 2018, as well as the application form.

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  • 02
    10
    2018

    The programme of FIS World Cup Wisła 2018 is announced

    The winter season is approching. In about two months the best ski jumpers in the world will come to Wisła. For the second time in history they will inaugurate the World Cup season at Adam Małysz Hill. The programme of the competition has been announced.

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  • 18
    08
    2018

    Beskydy Tour: Philipp Aschenwald unbeatable in Wisła!

    The second competition of Beskydy Tour took place at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. Philipp Aschenwald from Austria was unbeatable. He won the competition with two amazing jumps of 130.5 and 134 meters long. Aleksander Zniszczoł, the competitor from Poland stood at the second step of the podium. He lost almost 12 points to the leader. Zak Magel (Slovenia) was the third.

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  • 17
    08
    2018

    Philipp Aschenwald wins in Szczyrk! He is the leader of Beskydy Tour

    Beskydy Tour 2018 was inaugurated in Szczyrk at Skalite Hill HS-106. Philipp Aschenwald (Austria) won the competition with two amazing jumps and he had about seven points more than the second ski jumper - Ilmir Hazetdinov from Russia. Lukas Hlava from Czech Republic stood at the third step of the podium. The best Polish athlete - Przemysław Kantyka, ended the event at fourth position.

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  • 17
    08
    2018

    Tickets for FIS World Cup Wisła 2018!

    Tickets for FIS World Cup inauguration competitions which will take place from 16th of November to 18th of November 2018 Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła Malinka are on sale now. Traditionally you can buy them using the website KubBilet.pl. Supporters who comes to Wisła, can buy the tickets for each competitions separetly or the carnets for both events.

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  • 22
    07
    2018

    FIS Grand Prix 2018: Polish athletes dominated the inauguration competition in Wisła!

    It was a wonderful weekend for Polish ski jumpers who dominated the inauguration competition of FIS Grand Prix at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. After the victory in the qualification and team event, they won also in the individual one. Kamil Stoch appeared to be the best and he had more than 8 points in advance over Piotr Żyła. Polish ski jumpers needed only a little bit more luck to stand at every step of the podium, but finally the third step was occupied by Halvor Egner Granerud from Norway. He won with Dawid Kubacki by 0.2 points.

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  • 21
    07
    2018

    FIS Grand Prix 2018: Polish knockout!

    The only one team competition in FIS Grand Prix 2018 was held today at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. Polish competitors dominated the event which they won with no doubt. Poland was represented by Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki, Kamil Stoch and Piotr Żyła, whose jumps were really far. They predominated the second team with more than 70 points. Germany stood on the second step of the podium and Norway on the third.

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  • 20
    07
    2018

    FIS Grand Prix 2018: Polish ski jumpers dominated in Wisła! Stoch won the qualification!

    Polish ski jumpers have perfectly inaugurated summer season of FIS Grand Prix 2018, they all will perform in Sunday’s individual competition. Kamil Stoch was definitely the best this evening at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. His jump was marvellous – 137 meters and let him win the qualification. Second place also went to one of Stefan Horngacher’s ski jumpers – Piotr Żyła, who jumped 131 meters, whereas Karl Geiger was the third (126 meters).

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