After a three years break, the World Cup competitions come back to Klingenthal. Coach Michal Dolezal announced who will represent Poland on Vogtland Arena (HS140) - seven Polish ski-jumpers will compete in Saxonia.

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The third stop of this year's World Cup took place in Nizhny Tagil, Russia. Changing wind conditions and a surprise victory were garanties for exciting competitions.

On the first day of competition, Yukyia Sato from Japan surprises everyone  and was able to celebrate his first World Cup victory of his career. After the first run, the 24-year-old was still in seventh place, but in the final he started to catch up with a jump to 132m.

Apart from the World Cup in Klingenthal, next weekend the ski jumpers will be competing in the Continental Cup in Ruka (HS142), in Women's Continental Cup and in Men's FIS Cup in Notodden (HS98). We know who will represent Poland during these competitions.

In 2017, a group of ski jumping fans from Poland called 'inSJders' discovered that a K35 hill had been built in Masikryong, North Korea. This discovery made everyone believe that this was the very begining of ski jumping in this country. But on December 2019 the picture has completely changed. During the presentation of the "brand new perfect town” by the dictator Kim Yong Un, observators from Poland realized there's a shape of an abandoned ski jumping facility on the ski hill near the city center.

Polish Senior Championships in ski jumping will take place on the 26th of December. This winter, the best polish ski jumpers - with the defender of the title, Kamil Stoch, among them -  will be competing on Adam Małysz's Hill in Wisła-Malinka.