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Dnia 18.08.2019 o 21:41, heywoodu napisał:

Does anyone happen to recognize this guy?

 

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This is not the case with Yoshioka?

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SVK Male ski jumper yupiii :woohoo: still only 12 years old but apparently with some interesting potential, became the first ever to jump over 120m after Tomáš Zmoray 8 years ago :lol:  anyway he is currently officially the only one and sole active slovak male ski jumper, hope he wont give up too soon

 

 

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It's been a while since I had a new ski jumper to cheer for, let's go Hektor :d 

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22 minutes ago, hckosice said:

SVK Male ski jumper yupiii :woohoo: still only 12 years old but apparently with some interesting potential, became the first ever to jump over 120m after Tomáš Zmoray 8 years ago :lol:  anyway he is currently officially the only one and sole active slovak male ski jumper, hope he wont give up too soon

 

 

He’ll be eligible for the 2024 YOG, and then maybe the 2026 Winter Olympics (but I’d say 2030 is more realistic)


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1 hour ago, Olympian1010 said:

He’ll be eligible for the 2024 YOG, and then maybe the 2026 Winter Olympics (but I’d say 2030 is more realistic)

 

I don´t see him competing until 2024 mate. If he´ll not switch nationality. You can hardly compete or even just train without funds or any other help, this section is dead here.

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3 minutes ago, hckosice said:

 

I don´t see him competing until 2024 mate. If he´ll not switch nationality. You can hardly compete or even just train without funds or any other help, this section is dead here.

At least some Polish hills shouldn't be too far away I guess, that's something. Him doing this at age 12 shows he has some potential indeed, hopefully it helps in getting some sort of support from somewhere, outside Slovakia if needed.

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Just now, heywoodu said:

At least some Polish hills shouldn't be too far away I guess, that's something. Him doing this at age 12 shows he has some potential indeed, hopefully it helps in getting some sort of support from somewhere, outside Slovakia if needed.

 

Do you know how much they ask for one training session in Zakopane ? :d

 

No, jokes aside, the best, easiest option and more logical would be to just cross the river and ask for czech citizenship. He still has 3 years for that, the question is whether he will still want to continue doing this sport, because this will require maybe too much extreme effort and devotion from his parents in our current conditions around this sport

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18 minut temu, hckosice napisał:

 

Do you know how much they ask for one training session in Zakopane ? :d

 

No, jokes aside, the best, easiest option and more logical would be to just cross the river and ask for czech citizenship. He still has 3 years for that, the question is whether he will still want to continue doing this sport, because this will require maybe too much extreme effort and devotion from his parents in our current conditions around this sport

As a Pole, I also think that it would be better for him if he accepted the help of the Czechs. We do not train youth at a high level. Although by the time Apoloniusz Tajner manages the Polish Ski Association, the money for jumps and jumpers will be available. Worse, it's much worse in other sports.

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1 hour ago, heywoodu said:

At least some Polish hills shouldn't be too far away I guess, that's something. Him doing this at age 12 shows he has some potential indeed, hopefully it helps in getting some sort of support from somewhere, outside Slovakia if needed.

Yeah, I’m impressed by him. Most countries won’t let their athletes do 120 hills until there 15-17 years old. I’d say he has serious talent.


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22 hours ago, hckosice said:

SVK Male ski jumper yupiii :woohoo: still only 12 years old but apparently with some interesting potential, became the first ever to jump over 120m after Tomáš Zmoray 8 years ago :lol:  anyway he is currently officially the only one and sole active slovak male ski jumper, hope he wont give up too soon

 

 

Wow! And.. There are a few more :)

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