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  • 29
    05
    2014

    FIS GRAND PRIX WISLA: Additional sitting stand

    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.

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  • 23
    05
    2014

    The FIS Grand Prix Organizing Committee debated in Wisla

    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).

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  • 24
    01
    2014

    Polish team prepares for Sochi in Wisla!

    After World Cup in Zakopane polish ski jumpers came back to Wisla to prepare their shape before the Olimpic Games in Sochi. Team of head Łukasz Kruczek has trained since Wednesday twice a day - in the morning and in the afternoon. Last training is planned for Saturday. All fans are invited to meet our representation.

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  • 16
    01
    2014

    Qualifications for Murańka!

    Klemens Murańka won the qualification for the afternoon competition on the Adam Małysz’s Ski Jumping Hill in Wisła. Right behind him is representative of Austria - Stefan Kraft , and third place went to another of the Austrians - Michael Hayboeck. Ten Polish competitors will present in front of home crowd.

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  • 16
    01
    2014

    Manuel Poppinger and Gregor Schlierenzauer won trainings!

    The winner of the first series of the training was Manuel Poppinger, who landed at 129.5 m, while in the second series of training triumphed Gregor Schlierenzauer (126m). The Polish representatives showed very good jumps during training. The best of them turned out Clemens Muranka who achieved 130 meters.

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