Polish jumpers finally showed their best at the 4-Hills-Tournament. Their standing during training and qualifying at Garmisch-Partenkirchen has given coach Michel Doyal much joy.
The 4-Hills 70’s Championship started off horribly for Polish jumpers. In Oberstdorf, only Dawid Kubacki advanced to the final series, and was still in the top 30. The mood of the Whites and Reds was so bad that there was talk of the Poles withdrawing from the famous course.
It all depends on the performance of our players at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Fortunately, optimism blew up there. Friday’s training was good by the Poles, qualifications confirmed that something was moving, much to the delight of Michai Doyal.
We are looking forward and today we can see a lot of progress. On Thursday, we sat down together and came up with the results. I’ve always said we should do the same. We talked and agreed on which direction to go. Today I am happy with our position, because the players did what they were supposed to do and succeeded – said the coach at Eurosport.
The best was Piotr Żyła who finished fifth in the qualifiers. Camille Stoch was 16th and David Kobaki was 24 years old. Bowie Whisk, Andrei Stuka and Jacob Woolney also advanced to Saturday’s competition.
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