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  • 07
    07
    2017

    Polish ski jumpers have ended the training camp in Wisła-Malinka

    Polish National Ski Jumping Team trained this week on a hill in Wisła-Malinka. The aim of the four-day-long training camp was to practice on the hill, that’s why 5 of 7 trainings took place on the hill HS-134. “It was a good training camp. The level of jumps is okay, we are on a right track. Some of the jumps in Wisła were really good”, said the Head Coach of Polish National Ski JumpingTeam, Stefan Horngacher.

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  • 07
    07
    2017

    Polish representation for FIS Grand Prix in Wisła!

    Polish Ski Jumping Team has just ended today four-days-long training camp in Wisła where they trained on Adam Małysz’s hill. Those were the last jumps before the upcoming inauguration of FIS Grand Prix which will take place from 13th to 15th of July in Wisła Malinka. On Thursday, 12 Polish ski jumpers, as well as the best ski jumpers in the world, will participate in trainings and qualification.

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  • 12
    01
    2017

    World Cup Ski-Jumping Fan Zone in Wisła!

    Just like in the previous year, ski-jumping fans that come to Wisła can take advantage of many additional attractions. Those who could not get the tickets for Ski-Jumping competition can come to Wisla centre and watch a life transmission from the World Cup on a large outdoor screen. Fan zone also features concerts of music bands ranging from traditional folklore to disco and dance music.

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  • 12
    01
    2017

    FIS World Cup Wisla 2017: Official bib distribution ceremony

    This Friday on 13th January the official ceremony of bib distribution to the top10 ski jumpers will be held in Wisla centre. Among the athletes from appearing on the amphitheatre stage we will see three competitors from Poland – Kamil Stoch, Maciej Kot and Piotr Żyła.

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  • 12
    01
    2017

    Traffic organisation during Fis World Cup Wisla 2017

    Similarly to previous years, changes in the traffic organization around Malinka Ski-Jumping Hill are expected before the competition starts. On Saturday and Sunday shuttle traffic movement is planned in Malinka Street in the section of Malinka-Czarne junction up to Cienkow ski car-park. Shuttle movement is dependent on the intensity of car and pedestrian traffic. Changes in the traffic movement can be introduced a few hours before the competition starts and last until ski-jumping finishes. One road-lane will be reserved for pedestrians and the other for automobile movement. The police will assist traffic management. Traffic changes are not planned on Friday.

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  • 02
    03
    2016

    Invitation

    Polish Ski Association & LOTOS Group have pleasure in inviting you to a meeting summarizing the XII edition of the National Programme for the Development of Ski Jumping “Looking for Champion Successors” - LOTOS Cup 2016 in Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined, which will be held on Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in Gołębiewski Hotel in Wisła, Al. Ks. Bp. Bursche 3.

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