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  • 12
    07
    2017

    Ski jumpers from 16 countries will jump in Wisła

    On Thursday in Wisła we will see 77 competitors from 16 countries at the start of the qualification for Saturday’s competition. The brightest stars such as Andreas Kofler, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Daniel-Andre Tande, Simon Ammann or Andreas Wellinger, as well as the best Polish ski jumpers and the World Champions from Lahti will come to Wisła.

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  • 12
    07
    2017

    FIS Grand Prix Wisła 2017: TV transmission on TVP 1

    Tickets for FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix competition in Wisła are so popular that they are almost sold out. We can assume that this summer in Wisła fans will come in full force to cheer the ski jumpers. For those who will prefer watching the competition at home, we have a marvellous information – you can watch the team and the individual event at TVP 1.

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  • 12
    07
    2017

    Foreign ski jumpers did trial jumps on the hill in Wisła

    Last trainings before the upcoming at Thursday FIS Grand Prix in Wisła took place on Adam Małysz’s Hill in Wisła-Malinka at Wednesday. This time it was foreign ski jumpers who jumped at the hill. They had two trainings, one in the morning and the second one in the afternoon. The teams that came for the training were from Norway, France, Slovenia, Italy and Kazakhstan.

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  • 12
    07
    2017

    PZN invites media representatives for the meeting with Polish ski jumpers

    A meeting for media representatives with Polish ski jumpers will take place in Golebiewski Hotel in Wisla on Thursday, 13th of July 2017. Ski jumpers and Head Coach Stefan Horngacher will be at journalists’ disposal at Thursday morning, from 11.30 till 12.30. Media day will take place in Press Office in Golebiewski Hotel at the fourth floor, room 4/3.

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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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