For the first time in history, Polish jumpers filled the entire podium in the highest rank competition, giving no chances to their rivals. The competition ended with the decoration of the best ski jumpers of the day and it took place in the rain.
Dawid Kubacki in the first jump scored 126.5 meters, and in the final he landed on 128 meters. - Different things can always happen and it is certainly good that I managed to deal with these difficult conditions. I did what I was supposed to do and it worked. I think this is the best test of my skills during competition - the Saturday winner said after the competition.
On Sunday at the Adam Małysz Hill, the second individual competition will be held, in which seven Polish representatives will take part: Dawid Kubacki, Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Tomasz Pilch, Stefan Hula, Paweł Wąsek and Klemens Murańka. The competition is scheduled to start at 5:30 PM.