Poland's Piotr Żyła won the World Cup ski-jumping competition in Bad Mitterndorf, Austria, on Saturday.
Dawid Kubacki of Poland placed third in a World Cup individual ski jumping competition in Sapporo, Japan, on Saturday.
Mateusz Rudyk won the sprint final at the Track World Cup competition in Milton, Canada. He defeated Frenchman Quentin Caleyron 2:0 in the final.
Their appearance in the competition in Japan comes as a watershed moment in Polish ski-jumping history.
Poland’s Oskar Kwiatkowski won third place in the parallel giant slalom at the Snowboard World Cup in Swiss Scuol.
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.
The fifth European country to organise the FIFA U-20 World Cup, Poland was chosen after beating off competition with its 3,300-page-long application weighing 17kg.
Poland placed fourth in the Raw Air World Cup men's ski jumping team tournament in Oslo on Saturday after the second series was called off due to very bad weather conditions. Norway placed first.
The Poles hard-fought win over a good Croatian team means they qualify for the World Cup for only the second time in their history.