A week before the first competitions of this year's
FIS Grand Prix will be held in Wisla, the best Polish
ski jumpers were fighting for the national title
on the Adam-Malysz-hill on Saturday.
The win on the HS 134 went to the big favorite Kamil
Stoch. The double Olympic Champion dominated the
competition with 134.5 m and 135 m and clearly won
with a total of 279.6 points.
Piotr Zyla showed jumps on 129 m and 126 m and finished
second with 256.5 points. Junior World Champion
Jakub Wolny, fourth behind Stefan Hula after the
first round, could improve his performance in the
final and took the third place on the podium with
252.1 points (126.5 m and 125 m). Stefan Hula came
in fifth overall.
"I'm glad that the conditions were equal for
every competitor. It was almost calm during the
whole competition and we have a fair result. So
I'm even more happy that I could show two very good
jumps today. They were the best of the whole week
we were training here", Kamil Stoch is quoted
on the website of the Polish Ski Association.
AZS Zakopane I with Grzegorz Mietus, Krzysztof Mietus,
Andrzej Zapotoczny and Maciej Kot won the team competition
on Sunday with 926.5 points, followed by TS Wisla
Zakopane I (Andrzej Gasienica, Dawid Jarzabek, Klemens
Muranka, Dawid Kubacki; 914.3 points) and WKS Zakopane
(Marcin Budz, Stefan Hula, Jan Ziobro, Kamil Stoch;