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  • 24
    11
    2019

    Tande wins in Wisła! Stoch on the podium

    The rivalry of the best ski jumpers in the world in the individual competition took place on Sunday at Adam Małysz hill in Wisła-Malinka. The best was Daniel Andre Tande who had 15 points more than Anze Lanisek from Slovenia. Polish athlete Kamil Stoch stood on the third step of the podium.

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  • 23
    11
    2019

    Austrian team to win, Polish athletes on the podium

    The first competition of new winter season of FIS World Cup 2019 took place on Saturday at Adam Małysz Hill in Wisła-Malinka. The Austrian team was unbeatable in the team event. They had 20 points more than the Norwegians, whereas the Polish ski jumpers stood at the third step of the podium.

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  • 23
    11
    2019

    FIS World Cup 2019: Geiger to win the qualifications!

    FIS World Cup Ski Jumping season opener competitions take place at Adam Małysz Hill for the third time in history. The qualifications, which were won by Karl Geiger (133 meters), were held on Friday. Killian Peier (125.5 meters) was the second, whereas the Austrian Daniel Huber (122 meters) was the third. When it comes to the Polish athletes, the best among them was Dawid Kubacki who jumped 123 meters and ended the qualifications at the 7th position.

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  • 20
    11
    2019

    THE WORLD CUP WISŁA 2019: MICHAŁ DOLEŽAL DISCOVERED THE CARDS!

    We are only 2 days away from the inauguration of the ski jumping World Cup, which will take place for the third time in history on the Adam Malysz Ski Jumping Hill in Wisla-Malinka. In the first competition of the winter season 13 polish athletes will have the right to start. Coach Michał Doležal and Maciej Maciusiak announced the composition of our team for the inaugural winter season 2019/2020 World Cup competitions in Wisła.

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  • 20
    11
    2019

    The Programme of FIS World Cup Wisła 2019

    The best ski jumpers in the world will come to Wisła. For the third time in history they will inaugurate the World Cup season at Adam Małysz Hill. The competitions will take place in the fourth weekend of November. The International Ski Federation has approved the program of the competition, which on 22-24 November 2019 will be held at the Wisla.

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  • 21
    07
    2019

    Zajc wins! Dawid Kubacki on the podium in Wisla

    Slovenian Timi Zajc won in a beautiful style the first individual competition of FIS Grand Prix 2019 held in Wisla. Dawid Kubacki, the Polish ski jumper, stood on the second step of the podium, whereas Russian Evgieniy Klimov was the third.

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  • 21
    07
    2019

    FIS Grand Prix Wisła 2019: Polish team declassed other nations

    It was an amazing evening for Polish ski jumpers who once again won in a beautiful way the team competition of FIS Grand Prix 2019 in Wisla. Piotr Żyła, Aleksander Zniszczoł, Kamil Stoch and Dawid Kubacki made long and equal jumps. Thanks to that they have almost 60 points more than Slovenian team! At the third step of the podium stood the ski jumpers from Norway.

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  • 19
    07
    2019

    FIS Grand Prix Wisła 2019: Zajc the best in the qualifications! Three Polish athletes in top10

    The best ski jumpers in the world inaugurated summer season on Friday, 19th July 2019, at Adam Malysz Hill in Wisla-Malinka. Polish athletes performed well in the qualifications for Sunday’s individual competition, almost all of them got qualified to the event. Timi Zajc from Slovenia won the qualifications with a jump of 128 meters long, whereas Dawid Kubacki was the second with a jump of 124.5 meters and Markus Eisenbichler was the third with a jump of 126.5 meters.

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  • 19
    07
    2019

    FIS Grand Prix Wisła 2019: Start list announced

    61 competitors from 12 countries will participate on Friday in the qualifcations for Sunday’s individual competition of FIS Grand Prix Wisła 2019. The official training starts at 4.30 pm at Adam Małysz Hill, whereas the qualifications are planned for 6 pm.

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