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  • 07
    02
    2022

    Manuel Fettner started his career at the World Junior Championships in Poland

    The international career of Manuel Fettner has started in Poland during the World Junior Championships. On the 3rd of February 2001 almost 16-year-old Fettner won the title of the Junior World vice-champion at the normal hill “Orlinek” in Karpacz, which was his first big success in his career. 21 years and 3 days later he has crowned his long career with the sensational Olympic silver medal at the normal hill in Chinese Zhangjiakou.

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  • 30
    01
    2022

    Media accreditation has started

    The press office of the FIS Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Junior World Ski Championships Zakopane 2022 informs about the start of the media accreditation process.

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  • 16
    01
    2022

    LINDVIK THE BEST IN ZAKOPANE AGAIN

    As in the previous year, the Norwegian Marius Lindvik won the individual competition of the FIS World Cup in Zakopane (294.6 points). The German Karl Geiger stood on the second step of the podium with a score 10 points lower. The third Anze Lanisek from Slovenia lost only 0.9 points to him. The Japanese overall leader of the World Cup, Ryoyu Kobayashi, was just behind the podium. The best Pole, who is celebrating his 35th birthday today, Piotr Żyła finished 17th in the competition.

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  • 15
    01
    2022

    TRIUMPH OF SLOVENIA IN ZAKOPANE

    The national team of Slovenia won the team competition in Zakopane in a beautiful style. Lovro Kos, Peter Prevc, Timi Zajc and Anze Lanisek beat the second Germans by 67 points. They, in turn, overtook the Japanese by just 0.6 points. Weakened by the lack of Kamil Stoch and Dawid Kubacki, the Polish team took 6th place. Today's rivalry of the national teams was the 10th jubilee team competition of the FIS World Cup held at Wielka Krokiew in Zakopane.

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  • 14
    01
    2022

    THE WIND HAS CAUSED PROBLEMS IN ZAKOPANE

    Friday's qualification for Sunday's individual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup competition in Zakopane has been cancelled. The very unfavourable wind conditions on Wielka Krokiew made it impossible to carry out the training series safely. Qualifications were postponed to 14.30 pm. on Sunday, and two training series are to be conducted on Saturday from 13.30 pm.

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  • 11
    01
    2022

    More than 70 jumpers will start on Wielka Krokiew

    This weekend, January 14-16, 2022, 73 ski jumpers from 18 countries will compete in the FIS World Cup competition on Wielka Krokiew in Zakopane. The last time the hill named after Stanisław Marusarz had a comparably large cast in the highest rank competition was 14 years ago – in 2008 when 75 jumpers competed for World Cup points.

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  • 15
    02
    2021

    GRANERUD CELEBRATES ON THE WIELKA KROKIEW HILL

    Halvor Egner Granerud won Sunday's FIS World Cup in Zakopane. The Norwegian ski jumper overtook the Slovenian Anze Lanisek with 2,9 points. The teammate of Granerud, Robert Johansson, who placed the jump of 142 meters, ended up in a third place with a promotion of 17 places! Dawid Kubacki, the best of the Poles, was sixth.

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  • 13
    02
    2021

    RYOYU KOBAYASHI WON IN ZAKOPANE. FIRST PODIUM FOR ANDRZEJ STĘKAŁA

    Ryoyu Kobayashi won Saturday's individual competition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup on the Wielka Krokiew hill in Zakopane. The Japanese was ahead of Andrzej Stękała with a lead of only 0,3 points, for whom it was the first podium in his carrier. The winner of the January competition in the capital of the Polish Tatra mountains, Norwegian Marius Lindvik, was third

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  • 12
    02
    2021

    JOHANSSON WON THE QUALIFICATION IN ZAKOPANE

    Robert Johansson won the qualification for Saturday's individual competition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Zakopane. Norwegian ski jumper placed the longest jump - 137 meters (134 points) with a lead of 6,4 points over his teammate Halvor Egner Granerud. Austrian ski jumper Stefan Kraft ended up in third place. The best of the Poles, Andrzej Stękała, was fifth. There were three more Poles in the best ten - Kamil Stoch (sixth place), Klemens Murańka (seventh place), and Piotr Żyła (tenth place).

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