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Polish ski jumpers third in World Cup opener 

22.11.2020 07:00
Polish ski jumpers finished third in Saturday’s World Cup team competition in Wisła, southern Poland.
Podium of the competition in Wisła
Podium of the competition in WisłaPhoto: PAP/Grzegorz Momot

The Polish team, comprising Piotr Żyła, Klemens Murańka, Dawid Kubacki and Kamil Stoch, finished behind Germany and Austria.

Poles beat Norwegians, Japanese, Slovenians, Russians and Swiss.

Kubacki, who was the best Pole in the competition with two jumps of over 130 meters, said that the team „had appetite for more.”

The team event on Saturday inaugurated the 2020/2021 Ski Jumping World Cup season, while on Sunday the ski jumpers, including 11 Poles, are to compete individually.


Source: onet.pl