international skating federationFIS) specially for charter flight charter from Russia To Finland to reduce the stress of traveling players and staff – they do not have to return to their countries, as well as reduce the risk of infection with the Corona virus in transport other than those operated only by the Federation.
Lots of baggage on board with jumpers Poles. The flight is delayed, some baggage will remain in Russia
like he said Journalist skijumping.pl, Dominik Formela on TwitterHowever, there is a lot of trouble in the trip. It was supposed to take off after 1pm Poland time, but it’s still parked on the tarmac. This is due to baggage hassles.
world cup manager Sandro Bertil The coaches of the national team informed that there is a lot of baggage. “Each of the calibers has to leave something,” – told skijumping.pl Michel Doyal, who took part in the Pertile small meeting with the coaches at the front of the plane.
“Attempting to downsize the plane.” Something strange before you travel to the World Cup in Roca
It seems quite abstract: after all, players mainly carry equipment – skates, or overalls, and your own things. “Lots of confusion on board and an attempt to downsize the plane” – described Dominic Formilla.
Equipment boxes have already been removed, some of which were to be left in Russia. This may cause hardware problems to appear. Likely to arrive Finland Later, but is it time for the players to present themselves in Friday’s training and qualifying?
Update: It is already known that the equipment will arrive in Finland on a scheduled flight later. This was stated by Eurosport journalist, Kasper Merck. The plane left Yekaterinburg more than an hour and a half late.
The competition in Ruce they are going to Work crewIt is the second weekend of the course world Cup during the Olympic season. Training and qualifying is scheduled for Friday, November 26, and two individual competitions will be held on Saturday, November 27 and Sunday, November 28. Live coverage on Sport.pl and in the Sport.pl LIVE mobile application.
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