Poland's Piotr Żyła won the World Cup ski-jumping competition in Bad Mitterndorf, Austria, on Saturday.
Polish ski-jumper Dawid Kubacki secured a second win during the Ski Jumping World Cup 2019/20 in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany, on Sunday after winning on Saturday as well.
Polish ski jumper Dawid Kubacki won this year's Four Hills ski-jumping Tournament after placing first in the fourth leg in Bischofshofen, Austria, on Monday.
Poland's Dawid Kubacki placed fifth in the final competition of the 2019 FIS Ski Jumping Summer Grand Prix in Klingenthal, Germany, and was best in the overall classification of the tournament.
Poland’s ski coach Stefan Horngacher will be replaced by former jumper, 41-year-old Czech Michal Dolezal who has vowed to ‘keep jumping in Poland amazing’.
Polish ski jumpers have achieved a record number of points for Poland during the 2018/19 Ski Jumping World Cup. The white-and-reds notched up a total of 6,083 points throughout the 2018/19 season.
Poland won Saturday's ski jumping World Cup team tournament in Planica, Slovenia. This is Poland's sixth team victory in the World Cup, but the first one on a flying hill.
Poland's ski jumper Kamil Stoch is the third best paid ski jumper in the Ski Jumping World Cup category. Among other Polish jumpers, placed in the top five, are Piotr Żyła and Dawid Kubacki.
Poland’s ski jumpers are fighting fit and raring to go with overall World Cup rankings of 2nd, 4th and 5th.
‘Polish squadron in the sky!’ Poland dominated the podium at the World Cup event in Oberstdorf in Germany on Sunday, not only winning first place but also third, fourth and sixth. The wins also saw Poland gaining the highest points EVER in a world cup competition.
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