Čestmír Kožíšek

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Čestmír Kožíšek
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Full name Čestmír Kožíšek
Born (1991-11-09) November 9, 1991 (age 26)
Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic
Ski club LSK Lomnice nad Popelkou
Personal best 197,5 m - Harrachov 2013
World Cup career
Seasons 2009-
Updated on February 2009.

Čestmír Kožíšek (born 9 November 1991) is a Czech ski jumper from club LSK Lomnice nad Popelkou.

Career[edit]

Kožíšek came up for the first time in Ski jumping Fis Cup in 2006, he came at the 29th place in his first competition. Almost two years after that, Kožíšek took his first podium in Fis-Cup, a third place Harrachov. In the Ski jumping Continental Cup, he has been in the top-ten four times, a 5th place as the best result. Kožíšek competed in the Ski jumping World Cup, (the highest level in ski jumping) the first time in Vancouver 2009. He reached a 43rd place as the best result there.[1] Kožíšek came at the 5th place in FIS Junior Ski Jumping World Championships 2009.[2] In Oberstdorf 2009 he took a new personal best and jumped 190,5 metres in the Qualification round and took a surprising 11th place.

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