72 jumpers will start in Wisła

72 jumpers will start in Wisła

AUTHOR: Kinga Stanaszek / Press Office FIS World Cup Wisła 2021 PUBLISHED AT: 02-12-2021
This weekend the best ski jumpers will take part in FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Wisła. On start we will see 72 jumpers from 19 countries.

Poland

  • Kamil Stoch
  • Piotr Żyła
  • Dawid Kubacki
  • Jakub Wolny
  • Stefan Hula
  • Andrzej Stękała
  • Klemens Murańka
  • Paweł Wąsek
  • Maciej Kot
  • Tomasz Pilch
  • Aleksander Zniszczoł
  • Jarosław Krzak
  • Jan Habdas

Slovenia

  • Anze Lanisek
  • Peter Prevc
  • Cene Prevc
  • Domen Prevc
  • Lovro Kos
  • Timi Zajc

Japan

  • Junshiro Kobayashi
  • Yukiya Sato
  • Naoki Nakamura
  • Daiki Ito
  • Keiichi Sato

South Korea

  • Hueng Chul Choi

Austria

  • Stefan Kraft
  • Manuel Fettner
  • Jan Hoerl
  • Phillipp Aschenwald
  • Daniel Huber
  • Markus Schiffner
  • Daniel Tschofening

Canada

  • Mackenzie Boyd - Clowes
  • Matthew Soukup

USA

  • Kevin Bickner
  • Casey Larson
  • Andrew Urlaub
  • Decker Dean

Estonia

  • Artti Aigro

Bulgaria

  • Vladimir Zografski

Kazakhstan

  • Sergey Tkachenko
  • Danil Vassiliev

Switzerland

  • Killian Peier
  • Gregor Deschwanden
  • Andreas Schuler
  • Dominik Peter

Czech Republic

  • František Holík
  • Viktor Polášek

Ukraine

  • Andrii Vaskul
  • Vitaliy Kalinichenko

Finland

  • Niko Kytösaho

Romania

  • Andrei Feldorean

Turkey

  • Fatih Arda Ipcioglu
  • Muhammet Irfan Cintimar

Russia

  • Evgeniy Klimov
  • Danil Sadreev
  • Ilia Mankov
  • Mikhail Nazarov
  • Roman Trofimov

Norway

  • Halvor Egner Granerud
  • Anders Fannemel
  • Johann Andre Forfang
  • Marius Lindvik
  • Daniel - Andre Tande
  • Robert Johansson
  • Fredrik Villumstad

Germany

  • Markus Eisenbichler
  • Andreas Wellinger
  • Karl Geiger
  • Stephan Leyhe
  • Pius Paschke
  • Constantin Schmid