Kobayashi’s huge earnings. The Japanese outclasses Poles

In the overall World Cup ranking, the Japanese jumper is 56 points ahead of German Karl Geiger. This was possible thanks to Ryoyu Kobayashi’s great performance at the 4-Hills-Tournament, whom he eventually won. It also allowed him to earn a lot.

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Kobayashi outclasses rivals

The Japanese is definitely ahead of the rest of the competitors, mainly thanks to his triumph in the 4-Hills-Tournament. He earned him an earnings of 100,000 Swiss francs. Thanks to this, it ranks first in this respect with total earnings of 211,900 francs, or about 926,000 zlotys.

The second place in terms of earnings is the German Karl Geiger, whose previous earnings are 86,750 Swiss francs (about 379,000 zlotys). The third place is taken by the Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud with the amount of CHF 61,300 (approximately PLN 268,000).

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Kamil Stoch earned the most among Poles

Among Polish ski jumpers, Kamil Stoch has earned the most so far – 24 600 Swiss francs (about 107.5 thousand zlotys). Next on the list is Piotr ya with earnings of 13,800 francs (60.3 thousand zlotys). Andrzej Stękała earned the least – only 100 francs (437 zlotys).

The International Ski Federation (FIS) awards prizes in individual competitions depending on the place taken. The winner of the competition receives 10 thousand francs, the player from the second place – eight thousand, and from the third – six thousand. For the 30th place, the jumper receives 100 Swiss francs.

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Earnings of jumpers after 13 out of 38 World Cup competitions

  • 1. Ryoyu Kobayashi (Japan) – CHF 211,900 (approx. PLN 926 thousand)
  • 2. Karl Geiger (Germany) – CHF 86,750 (PLN 379.1 thousand)
  • 3. Halvor Egner Granerud (Norway) – CHF 61,300 (PLN 267.9 thousand)
  • 15. Kamil Stoch – CHF 24,600 (PLN 107.5 thousand)
  • 26. Piotr Żyła 13,800 CHF (60.3 thousand PLN)
  • 36. Dawid Kubacki 3 700 CHF (16.2 thousand PLN)
  • 45. Jakub Wolny 1 700 CHF (7.4 thousand PLN)
  • 46. ​​Paweł Wąsek CHF 1,300 (PLN 5.7 thousand)
  • 53. Aleksander Zniszczoł 500 CHF (2,200 PLN)
  • 56. Andrzej Stękała CHF 100 (PLN 437)

About David Martin

David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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