For German ski jumpers, the third World Cup of the season goes to Wisla, Poland over the weekend, where, apart from individual jumping, the first team of winter is on the agenda. All the results of the Sky Jumping World Cup can be found here.
How is Marcus Eisenhower at the World Cup in Wisla?
The schedule for the new ski jumping season 2021/2022 has been set. Ski jumpers will travel to Wislaw, Poland from December 3 to 5. With six players, the DSV is competing at the next World Cup station in Wisla, where the first team match of the season is set to take place. The German team is led by overall World Cup captains Karl Geiger and Marcus Eisenfisler, who last took to the stage together in Ruga, Finland. Also on the German squad are Andreas Welinger, Stephen Leah, Pius Paske and Konstantin Schmidt. You can see in our result ticker how the DSV eagles played at the World Cup in Wisla.
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Schedule for the FIS Sky Jumping World Cup in Wisla (Poland)
|Friday, December 3, 2021||4:45 pm and 6 pm.||Wisla (Poland)||Training (two rounds) and men’s qualification|
|Saturday, December 4, 2020||16.30 p.m.||Wisla (Poland)||Team competition|
|Saturday, December 5, 2020||4 p.m.||Wisla (Poland)||Individual competition|
Sky Jumping World Cup Men’s 2021/21 in Wisla: All current results in Poland at a glance
Who will win at Wisla? You can find all the results of qualifying, individual competition and team competition from Poland in our results ticker.
+++ 03.12.2021: Cene Prevc wins second inning +++
In the second training round, Cene Prevc was able to convince. The Slovenian left his opponents with a jump of 129 meters (80.1 p.). John Harle of Austria finished second strong with 123.5 meters (77.1 points). Marius Lindwick of Norway finished third with 127.5 meters (75.3 points). Best German Athlete Stephen Leh was seventh.
+++ December 3, 2021: Best jumper in Kamil Stokes’ first workout +++
Kamil Stokes was able to win the first training round against a strong jump competition of up to 128 meters (86.8 p.). Norway’s Marius Lindwick finished second with a throw of 131.5 meters (86.4 points). Anze Lanisek of Slovenia finished 3rd with 122 meters (80.2 points). The best DSV eagle was Pius Paschke in fifth place.
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