Dawid Kubacki dominated the World Cup opener with two victories, which took place in Wisla in a hybrid model this winter.
Saturday - Individual Jumping
For the first time in the history of the World Cup, an official competition was held in a hybrid variant. The jumpers started in an ice track and landed on synthetic mats. After his qualification victory on Friday, Poland's Dawid Kubacki also won the first World Cup jumping event of the season at his home event. Second place went to Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud, 5.6 points behind. Stefan Kraft from Austria finished in third place.
Sunday - Individual jumping
In the individual event on Sunday there was no way around Dawid Kubacki again. With a lead of 8.3 points the 32-year-old also won the second World Cup of the season. Anze Lanisek from Slovenia came in second, just ahead of Norway's Marius Lindvik. During the ski jumping season opener, Kubacki led the ranking after every jump without exception and thus positioned himself as one of the top favorites for the rest of the season already.go back
The second Ski Jumping World Cup of the season took place in Ruka, Finland. In a wintry atmosphere, the athletes jumped on snow for the first time this winter.
More than 25,000 fans want to see the opening jump on site.