70 ski jumpers to compete in FIS World Cup Wisła 2018

70 ski jumpers to compete in FIS World Cup Wisła 2018

AUTHOR: Dominika Baczek / Press Office FIS World Cup 2018 PUBLISHED AT: 15-11-2018
Tomorrow the best ski jumpers inaugurate the winter season. The first competitions of FIS World Cup are to be held at Adam Małysz venue in Wisła-Malinka. 70 ski jumpers from 15 different countries will jump in the qualification to Sunday’s individual competition. Final squad lists and the qualification’s line-up will be announced after the TCM which will be held on Friday in Golebiewski Hotel in Wisła.

List of the ski jumpers from different nations:

Austria: Clemens Aigner, Philipp Aschenwald, Manuel Fettner, Michael Hayboeck, Daniel Huber, Stefan Kraft, Gregor Schlierenzauer

Bulgaria: Vladimir Zografski

Canada: Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes

Czech Republic: Lukas Hlava, Roman Koudelka, Cestmir Kozisek, Viktor Polasek

Finland: Anti Aalto, Andreas Alamommo, Jarkko Maeaettae, Eetu Nousiainen

Germany: Markus Eisenbichler, Richard Freitag, Karl Geiger, Stephan Leyhe, Pius Paschke, David Siegel, Andreas Wellinger

Italy: Sebastian Colloredo, Alex Insam

Japan: Daiki Ito, Noriaki Kasai, Junshiro Kobayashi, Ryoyu Kobayashi, Naoki Nakamura, Taku Takeuchi

Kazakhstan: Nikita Devyatkin, Sabirzhan Muminov, Sergey Tkachenko, Nurshat Tursunzhanov

Norway: Andres Fannemel, Johann Andre Forfang, Robert Johansson, Andreas Stjernen, Daniel Andre Tande, Halvor Egner Granerud

Russia: Evgeniy Klimov, Denis Kornilov, Mikhail Nazarov, Dmitriy Vassiliev

Slovenia: Jernej Damjan, Anze Lanisek, Zak Mogel, Tomaz Naglic, Bor Pavlovcic, Anze Semenic, Timi Zajc

Switzerland: Simon Ammann, Gregor Deschwanden, Killian Peier, Andreas Schuler

USA: Kevin Bickner

Poland: Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Maciej Kot, Stefan Hula, Dawid Kubacki, Jakub Wolny, Aleksander Zniszczoł, Tomasz Pilch, Klemens Murańka, Paweł Wąsek, Przemysław Kantyka i Andrzej Stękała