Ski jumping Ruka 2021. The jumpers reached Finland – World Cup 2021/2022

Live Ski Jumping World Cup on TVN, Eurosport and Eurosport in Player

After the inauguration of the World Cup in Nizhny Tagil, the players of Michal Doleżal, like the representatives of other countries, stayed in Russia. The transfer from Ekaterinburg to Finnish Rovaniemi was scheduled for Wednesday at 1 p.m. Polish time.

Too much luggage on the plane

And indeed at this time the jumpers, training staffs and the management of the World Cup appeared on the plane, which was reported by journalists of the portal skijumping.pl on an ongoing basis. The machine, however, did not start at the appointed time.

As it turned out, there was too much luggage on the plane and each team had to leave something. In the end, the whole confusion lasted an hour and a half and the machine was delayed with such a delay A321-200NX took to the air.

The equipment crates that have been left in Russia are to arrive in Finland at a later time.


Eventually, the plane carrying the World Cup caravan reached Rovaniemi after 6 p.m. Polish time.

The composition of the Polish national team for the World Cup in Ruka

Poland will be represented in Ruka by seven jumpers. The line-up announced by Doleżal is full of the biggest stars. And this is how: Kamil Stoch, Dawid Kubacki, Piotr Żyła, Stefan Hula, Andrzej Stękała and Jakub Wolny will fight for points. Aleksander Zniszczol will replace Klemens Murańko who has been infected with the coronavirus and remained in Yekaterinburg.

Program and broadcast schedule of the competition in Ruce:

Friday, November 26
14.30 – official trainings
17.10 – qualifications (Eurosport 1, Eurosport on Player)

Saturday, November 27
15.15 – test series
16.30 – individual competition (TVN, Eurosport 1, Eurosport on Player)

Sunday, November 28
14.30 – qualifications (Eurosport on Player)
16.15 – individual competition (TVN, Eurosport 1, Eurosport on Player)

Source: tvn24.pl Jumping World Cup calendar – competition after competition

Author: pqv / po
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Source: eurosport.pl


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