Polish team has started new season with a great won at Friday’s team competition during FIS Grand Wisła 2017. Teams from 13 countries participated in the competition. It was Piotr Żyła who started the competition in Polish team; he jumped 117 and 127 metres long. Two-gold-medallist from Sochi Kamil Stoch jumped in first round 128 metres and in the final round 124.5. Dawid Kubacki was the third in Polish team. Today, he was the best – he won twice in his group ( 130 and 133.5 metres). The last one in the team of World Champions was Maciej Kot. Ski jumper from Zakopane jumped 125.5 metres in the first round and 127 metres in the final round. Polish team ended the competition with 994,7 points and they had 12 points more than the Norwegians.
At Friday’s team competition at Adam Małysz’s Ski Jumping Hill Norway team was represented by: Anders Fannemel (127.5 and 126 metres), Robert Johansson (128.5 and 123.5 metres), Kenneth Gangnes (121 and 127.5 metres) and Daniel Andre Tande (126.5 and 125 metres).
German team stood at the third step of the podium. The results of the Germans: Andreas Wank (121 and 127 metres), Karl Geiger (125 and 123 metres), Andreas Wellinger (116.5 and 131 metres) and Stephen Leyhe (125.5 and 126 metres)
An individual competition will take place at Sathurday at Adam Małysz’s Ski Jumping Hill in Wisła-Malinka at 17:30.