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  • 24
    01
    2017

    Kamil Stoch - from sixth place to victory

    The next edition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Zakopane has come to an end. After the first serie of individual competition, it seemed that the chances for Polish triumph are not real - the best from hosts - Kamil Stoch was only on the sixth position. However, the second serie of jumps in Zakopane gave the audience on the hill excitement and an explosion of joy. Great second jump secured the victory of the leader of Polish team. It’s fourth in a row and 20. Overal victory of Kamil Stoch in World Cup. Other places on the podium were occupied by Germany – the second was Andreas Wellinger, and right behind him was Richard Freitag.

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  • 21
    01
    2017

    Polish team on the podium

    Saturday was a day of team competition at the World Cup Ski Jumping Zakopane 2017. To contest faced 11 teams. Poland representatives were favorites of this competition as leaders in the National Cup. Polish national team consisted of Piotr Zyła, Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki and Kamil Stoch. Poles were ranked 2. The whole competition won the German team. Slovenians were third.

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  • 20
    01
    2017

    Qualification round for Stephan Leyhe

    On Friday, January 20, competition of World Cup series has begun. Polish ski fans have been waiting for this contest for a long time. The rate of 69 athletes from 18 countries including 6 from Poland took part in. Three of them took off after the qualifitaion for Sunday’s individual comeptition. Another three, because of the position in the top ten of the overall ranking in World Cup, qualification round could be seen as another training. The winner of the qualifiction was German- Stephan Leyhe.

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  • 24
    01
    2016

    Austrian victory in Zakopane

    Individual competition in FIS Ski Jumping World Cup Zakopane 2016 was very lucky for Austrian athletes. The victory went to Stefan Kraft, right behind him was Michael Hayboeck. The third step of a podium was for Slovenian World Cup leader Peter Prevc. The best Pole, Kamil Stoch, was eighth. Sunday's competition in Zakopane was watched by the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda. The special guest took part in a decoration ceremony.

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  • 23
    01
    2016

    Successful contest for Poles, Norwegians the best

    Team competition in FIS Ski Jumping World Cup – Zakopane 2016 was finished yesterday. Wielka Krokiew hill was lucky for representatives of Norway - they stood on the top step of the podium. The Austrians won second place, the third was host team - Poland. It’s the second time in history when Polish team is placed on a podium in competition held in Zakopane. Three years ago Polish team was second.

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  • 22
    01
    2016

    Poles dominated Friday jumps in Zakopane

    That was a very successful day for the Polish ski jumpers competing in FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Zakopane. Friday was a day of training sessions and qualification round, in which the Polish representatives ruled. Qualification was won by Kamil Stoch, and right behind him was Stefan Hula – the second place. However, the hero of the day was the youngest in the Polish team - Andrzej Stekala, who was jumping very well in training sessions and in qualification round.

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  • 19
    01
    2014

    We’ve already get to know who will fight in olimpic competitions

    Kamil Stoch, Jan Ziobro, Maciej Kot, Piotr Żyła and Dawid Kubacki – these athletes will be our representatives in Sochi in ski jumping discipline. The decision has been already announced by the coach Lukasz Kruczek. As he admitted, the hardest part of made decision was choice of 5th jumper. Klemens Murańka had realistic chance to be chosen, but according to Kruczek’s words, the final factor for choosing Kubacki instead of Murańka, was Kubacki’s experience. The decision regarding core of the team was easy, Kruczek said.

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  • 19
    01
    2014

    Bardal the best in Zakopane

    Very difficult and changeable weather conditions on Wielka Krokiew Hill didn’t let Sunday World Cup competition in Zakopane be fully conducted. Hovewer, the most important thing for organizators was the fact that one round finally took place and its result was taken as official result of the whole competition. In spite of bad and unfavorable conditions, the highest rank of the podium belonged to reprezentative of Norway- Anders Bardal. The second place went to Slovenian athlete – Peter Prevc, as third came Richard Fritag from Germany. The best from Poles was Maciej Kot, who reached 10th place.

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  • 19
    01
    2014

    Trial round is cancelled

    Trial round which had to start at 13:00 is cancelled. The reason of that situation are bad wind conditions on Wielka Krokiew Hill. In individual tournament in Zakopane, which start is planned at 14:00 will take part eleven polish athletes. In later hours better conditions are expected in Zakopane.

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  • 18
    01
    2014

    Slovenian victory in Zakopane

    Jurij Tepes, Robert Kranjec, Jernej Damian, and Peter Prevc took the first place in FIS World Cup Team competition in Zakopane. The second place went to Germany and as the third came the team from Austria. The Polish team came in the fourth place missing 6.3 points to the podium.

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