Kamil Stoch
Kamil Stoch
Country Poland
Sport Ski jumping
Best Events normal hill'14,

lagre hill'14

Olympics Attended 2014
Olympic Medals Won
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
2 0 0
Personal Information
Birthdate 25 May 1987
Birthplace Zakopane, Poland

Kamil Stoch (born 25 May 1987 in Zakopane, Poland) is a succesful Polish skijumper. He appeared in Ski Jumping World Cup in 2004, and had his first World Cup event victory in 2011. In 2013, Stoch won the large hill competition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Championships in Predazzo. Sochi 2014 brought him an Olympic champion title in both individual events.

Olympic results Edit

Torino 2006 Edit

  • Normal hill: 16th
  • Large hill: 26th
  • Team large hill: 5th

Vancouver 2010 Edit

  • Normal hill: 27th
  • Large hill: 14th
  • Team large hill: 6th

Sochi 2014 Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Kamil Stoch is considered by Polish ski jumping fans the heir of legendary Adam Malysz.
  • Kamil Stoch became the second Polish skijumper to win Olympic gold after Wojciech Fortuna's victory in Sapporo 1972, and the third Polish skijumper ever to win Winter Olympic gold medal.

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