Wisla in Poland hosts a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup weekend in the beginning of December 2021. Take a look at the Wisla ski jumping event schedule and results.
Wisla in Poland, is a traditional ski jumping
venue and an relatively experienced host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
. Wisla premiered as a world cup host in 2013 and has been a regular host in the ski jumping World Cup ever since.
The large hill in Wisla is called Adam Małysz Ski Jumping Hill
. It has been named after the local hero Adam Małysz
, a four-time World Champion and one of the sport's all-time greats.
The hill size in the hill is 134 metres. The hill record of 139 metres is held by Austrian Stefan Kraft
Adam Małysz Ski Jumping Hill in Wisla. (Photo: D T G
, CC BY 3.0
, via Wikimedia Commons)
Wisla Ski Jumping World Cup 2021 - Schedule & timetables
In the season 2021-2022 Wisla will host a men's World Cup weekend in early December. It's the third competition weekend of the men's world cup season.
The weekend starts off with qualification on Friday, continues on Saturday with a team competition and ends on Sunday with the individual large hill competition.
As men are competing in Wisla, women are battling for World Cup points at the same time in Lillehammer
NOTE: The times are in CEST (UTC+2).
Timetables for Wisla 2021
|Date & time||Event|
|Fri 3.12.2021 18:00||Qualification HS134, men|
|Sat 4.12.2021 16:30||Team competition HS134, men|
|Sun 5.12.2021 16:00||Individual competition HS134, men|
Wisla Ski Jumping World Cup 2021 - Results
We will update the Wisla ski jumping world cup 2021 results here.
Wisla World Cup 5.12.2021
|1.||Jan Hörl (AUT)||261,9|
|2.||Marius Lindvik (NOR)||255,2|
|3.||Stefan Kraft (AUT)||253,6|
|4.||Karl Geiger (GER)||251,3|
|5.||Markus Eisenbichler (GER)||246,3|
|6.||Cene Prevc (SLO)||241,6|
|7.||Pius Paschke (GER)||241,2|
|8.||Lovro Kos (SLO)||240,3|
|9.||Killian Peier (SUI)||240,0|
|10.||Robert Johansson (NOR)||238,8|
|44.||Niko Kytösaho (FIN)||85,0|
Wisla World Cup 4.12.2021
Men's team competition HS134