Krzysztof Miętus

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Krzysztof Miętus
Krzysztof Miętus (2011).jpg
Country  Poland
Full name Krzysztof Miętus
Born (1991-03-08) 8 March 1991 (age 26)
Zakopane, Poland
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Ski club AZS Zakopane
Personal best 210 m (690 ft)
Vikersund, 23 Feb 2012
World Cup career
Seasons 2008–present
Indiv. starts 60
Updated on 13 December 2016.

Krzysztof Miętus ([ˈkʂɨʂtɔf ˈmjɛntus]; born 8 March 1991) is a Polish ski jumper, who has competed since 2008. He is a member of Polish youth team, he participated in the Olympics in Vancouver 2010.

Personal life[edit]

Krzysztof Miętus was born in Zakopane, Poland, but he lives in Dzianisz, Poland. His younger brother, Grzegorz, is also a ski jumper.

Career[edit]

One of his major achievements was the third place in winter Polish Championship in Zakopane in 2007, and the silver medal in summer Polish Championships in 2011. At the World Junior Championship took third place in team competition in Zakopane together with Maciej Kot, Łukasz Rutkowski and Dawid Kowal. In 2011, he won the qualification for the Lotos Poland Tour competition in Zakopane. He took part in World Junior Championships in Tarvisio (2007), Zakopane (2008), Hinterzarten (2010) and the Estonian Otepaa (2011). At the 2010 Winter Olympics, he finished 36th both in the individual large and normal hill events. Miętus's best World Cup finish was fifth in the team large hill event at Finland in 2009.

Olympic Games[edit]

Krzysztof Miętus started at Olympic Games once – in Vancouver 2010. He was 36th on normal and large hills.

Individual[edit]

2010 Canada Vancouver/Whistler 36th place (K-95), 36th place (K-125)

Krzysztof Miętus's starts at Olympic Games[edit]

Place Day Year Locality Hill Point K HS Competition Jump 1 Jump 2 Note (points) Loss (points) Winner
36. February 13 2010 Canada Whistler Whistler Olympic Park K-95 HS-106 individual 94.0 m - 109.0 167.5 Simon Ammann
36. February 20 2010 Canada Whistler Whistler Olympic Park K-125 HS-140 individual 111.5 m - 84.7 198.9 Simon Ammann

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