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On Friday, November 24, we will see the first ski jumping of this winter, and on Saturday and Sunday the first World Cup competitions. Poland will be represented in Finland by 5 jumpers: Dawid Kubacki, Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Paweł Wąsek and Aleksander Zniszczoł. According to the new regulations, the best teams will be able to field a maximum of 5 players in a given competition. The Crystal Ball will be defended by Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud.
TVN Warner Bros. Discovery will take viewers into the world of ski jumping in the company of great journalists, experts and commentators. The duo will run the TVN studios Sebastian Szczęsny and Damian Michałowskiof which they will be regular guests Jakub Kot and Magdalena Pałasz. Viewers will have the opportunity to listen to their opinions already during the first weekend of ski jumping, when the TVN studio will be under construction at the ski jumping hill in Ruka. They will be TVN reporters Paweł Łukasik and Krzysztof Skórzyński.
The studies will be conducted in Eurosport 1 Michał Korościel alternating with Paweł Kuwik. The station’s experts will include: Wojciech Topór and Krzysztof Biegunand he will report the competition from under the hill Kacper Merk. As in previous seasons of the Ski Jumping World Cup broadcast on TVN, Warner Bros. Discovery will comment on the competitions on both channels Marek Rudziński and Igor Błachut.
– Ski jumping is Poles’ favorite winter discipline and I am very glad that this season they will see all World Cup competitions on TVN Warner Bros. Discovery. We are entering this season with hopes for great emotions, excellent performance of Polish jumpers and exciting competition, which we will try to show in the most interesting and engaging way possible.
– he said Bogdan Czaja, director of Eurosport in Poland and Group Vice President Programming & Operations TVN Warner Bros. Discovery.
Ski jumping is one of many winter disciplines broadcast by TVN Warner Bros. Discovery. Viewers Eurosport and Metro will be able to follow those starting in Ruka Cross-country skiing World Cup. The competition is also shown on Eurosport alpine skiing and figure skating. It will start in mid-December Snowboard World Cup with the participation of Oskar Kwiatkowski. All broadcasts are also available on Eurosport Extra in Player.
Broadcast schedule – Ski Jumping World Cup in Ruka:
November 24 (Friday)-
16:00 QualificationsEurosport 1, Player
November 25 (Saturday)
16:15 The first competition series, TVNEurosport 1, Player
November 25 (Saturday)
14:50 QualificationsEurosport 1, Player
16:15 The first competition seriesTVN, Eurosport 1, Player
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