The jumpers will train until Thursday, July 4. We kindly invite fans to visit the ski jumping hill at the time. There will be possibility to use a chair lift and admire surroundings from viewing point at the peak of the hill's tower. - The morning training starts around 10 a.m., the afternoon training depends on the weather, but certainly not before around 4 p.m. - said polish coach Lukasz Kruczek.
Polish athletes are preparing for the FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix, which will start in July in Hinterzarten (26th-28th July). This series will also come to Poland, to Wisla on 1-3 August.
See below how World Champion Kamil Stoch invites all ski jumping fans to Wisla: