American Mikaela Shiffrin won the supergigant, the first competition of the Alpine World Championships in the Swedish Aare. Just 0.02 s overtook the Italian girl Sofia Goggia and 0.05 Swiss Corinne Sutter. Maryna Gasienica-Daniel was off the track, just like Lindsey Vonn.more
Kamil Stoch, Piotr Zyla, Dawid Kubacki, Jakub Wolny, Maciej Kot and Paweł Wąsek were included in the red and white for two World Cup competitions in ski jumping, which will take place this weekend in Finnish Lahti.more
The proposal to cover the run-up of Zakopane's Wielka Krokiew, proposed by Polish architects, appealed to Norway. It was considered that this project would initiate a technical revolution and could change skijumping. However, the hosts of the facility are skeptical.more
With such words Adam Małysz summed up yesterday's World Cup competition in ski jumping in Oberstdorf on Facebook. It was won by Kamil Stoch, Dawid Kubacki was third, Piotr Żyła was fourth and Jakub Wolny was sixth.more
A director-coordinator of ski jumping and Nordic combined at the Polish Ski Federation, Adam Małysz said that Polish team "is still missing the final touch" after yesterday's World Cup competition in Oberstdorf.more
Dawid Kubacki finished second, Piotr Żyła fourth, and Kamil Stoch fifth place in the World Cup competition in ski jumping at the mamucim facility in Oberstdorf. The winner was Slovene Timi Zajac, and the third was German Markus Eisenbichler.
Four Polish ski jumpers were promoted to the first competition at the mammoth site in the 2018/19 World Cup season. In qualifying in Oberstdorf, Dawid Kubacki, who was the fifth, best presented himself. Norwegian Johann Andre Forfang won them.
Werner Schuster will be the coach of German ski jumpers only until the end of the season. The Austrian informed his decision at the conference in Oberstdorf. According to some media, one of the candidates for his successor is the coach of Poles Stefan Horngacher.
For the first time in the 2018/19 season of the World Cup ski jumpers will compete on the mammoth. From Friday to Sunday, their struggles in Oberstdorf await, where both competitions were won by an Austrian Stefan Kraft who was once again in great shape.more
The ski flying world champion Daniel-Andre Tande returns to the team and will perform at the World Cup competitions in Oberstdorf in Germany on the weekend - confirmed the coach of the Norwegian ski jumpers Alexander Stoeckl.more
Justyna Kowalczyk confirmed on Tuesday participation in the 43rd Piast Race in Szklarska Poręba-Jakuszyce. It will start at 50 km with the classic technique - Leszek Kosiorowski, the spokesman of the largest mass skiing event in Poland.more
Maciej Kot will not appear in the next World Cup competitions in jumping to the mammoth camp in Oberstdorf, Germany - the Polish Ski Association (PZN) has said. The cat in the squad will be replaced by the sixth participant of the recent Junior World Championships - Paweł Wąsek.more
Justyna Kowalczyk took the fifth place in the 46th edition of the Marcialonga ski run, included in the Ski Classics cycle. The best 70 km classic technique in Trenten was Swede Britta Johansson Norgren.more
Kamil Stoch ranks third on the list of the highest-earning ski jumpers in the World Cup. The Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi is the unquestionable leader, and the Pole after the competition in Sapporo was overtaken by Austrian Stefan Kraft, who won two competitions there.more
Kamil Stoch finished second in qualifying for the Sapporo Ski Jumping World Cup in Saturday. The best was Austrian Stefan Kraft, and the third Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi, leader of the general classification of the cycle. In the first series a set of six Poles will perform.more
French representatives Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres triumphed in the competition of sports pairs in the European championship in figure skating in Minsk. The Poles did not compete in this competition. After the program of short soloists, Igor Rezniczenko fell out.more
Sapporo will host the World Cup ski jumping competition this weekend. The last two competitions in this Japanese city fell prey to Poles. In 2017, Maciej Kot ex aequo won first with Slovenian Peter Prevc, and a day later Kamil Stoch.more