Dawid Kubacki after qualifying in Nizhny Tagil [wywiad] – Ski Jumping

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Kubacki did not shine in Friday training and did not shine in qualifying. He took 36th place in them, but he did the job – he qualified for the competition quite confidently.

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Kubacki's jump from Friday's qualification in Nizhny Tagil

Video: Eurosport Kubacki’s jump from Friday’s qualification in Nizhny Tagil

Kubacki in a great mood

– Did you have to resemble those meters? – asked smiling Kubacki Merka right after qualifying. – These conditions were lottery today. Sometimes it feels as if a person is anchored on their back. This jump was probably also a bit late. However, it seems to me that there is no tragedy for the first jumps in the snow – he added.

Kubacki also expressed hope that the forecasts that on Saturday in Nizhniy Tagil will be better conditions for jumping will come true. The jumper jokingly referred to Kamil Stoch’s victory in qualifying, describing his friend as “greedy for money”. On Friday, Stoch received a bonus of 3,000 Swiss francs.

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Kubacki after Friday qualifying in Nizhny Tagil

Video: Eurosport Kubacki after Friday qualifying in Nizhny Tagil

Saturday’s competition in Nizhny Tagil will start at 4pm. Broadcast on TVN, Eurosport 1 and Player. Five Poles will compete for points. Apart from Kubacki and Stoch, they will be Jakub Wolny, Piotr Żyła and Andrzej Stękała.

place player (country)
points (distance)
1. Kamil Stoch (Poland) 128.5 (135 m)
2. Anze Lanisek (Slovenia) 118.1 (129 m)
3. Daniel Huber (Austria) 116.4 (127.5)
4. Ryoyu Kobayashi (Japan) 115.3 (129 m)
5. Karl Geiger (Germany) 113.3 (126 m)
6. Yukiya Sato (Japan) 113 (126 m)
6. Markus Schiffner (Austria) 113 (126.5 m)
8. Stephan Leyhe (Germany) 112.8 in (121.5 m)
9. Manuel Fettner (Austria) 112.1 in (128.5 m)
9. Killian Peier (Switzerland) 112.1 (125 m)

32. Jakub Wolny (Poland) 83.2 in (104 m)
36. Dawid Kubacki (Poland) 81.2 (110 m)
39. Piotr Żyła (Poland) 79.9 (110 m)
45. Andrzej Stękała (Poland) 74.7 in (106 m)
51. Klemens Murańka (Poland) 70.1 (100 m)
56. Stefan Hula (Poland) 60.7 (98 m)

Author: pqv / booty
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Source: eurosport.pl


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