The Adam Małysz’s hill is teeming  with life

The Adam Małysz’s hill is teeming with life

AUTHOR: Anna Drob PUBLISHED AT: 09-07-2014
The FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix in Wisla is just around the corner. More and more teams are appearing on Adam Malysz’s hill to improve the shape before upcoming summer season. On Wednesday (16th of July) also the Polish representatives under Łukasz Kruczek and Maciej Maciusiak’s commend are beginning the trainings in Wisla.

Polish national team is coming to Wisla a few days before the Polish Summer Championships (19th-20th of July). –The training camp in Wisla begins on Wednesday, 16th of July. We are planning the trainings on the hill twice a day. Then we will start in the Polish Championships, which we are treating as a test. For many of the Polish competitors it will be the first starts after the end of the winter season – informs head coach Łukasz Kruczek.

The world best ski jumpers with Kamil Stoch at the spearhead will compete on Adam Malysz’s hill in FIS Grand Prix Wisla 2014 (25th and 26th of July) during the team and individual competitions.

The tickets on the FIS Grand Prix in Wisła  are available for sale. They can be bought on a website www.kupbilet.pl, and also directly in points of sale: in the shop “Wiślaczek” in Wisla (near a post, address: Hoff Square 2, telephone number: 502 205 443) and on a days of the competitions next to entrance on a hill. The qualifications’ tickets will be sold in the vicinity of a hill on Thursday.

 

FIS Grand Prix Wisla 2014 programme:

 

24.07.2014 - Thursday:

 

15:00 Official training – two series

17:00 Qualification

19:00 Bibs’ giving ceremony

 

25.07.2014 - Friday:

 

19:00 Trial Round

20:30 1st Round of team competition (HS-134)

                Final Round

                Prize Giving Ceremony

                Press conference

 

26.07.2014 - Saturday:

 

16:00 Trial Round

17:00 1st Round of individual competition (HS-134)

                Final Round

                Prize Giving Ceremony

                Press conference