President, PM congratulate Poland men's volleyball team on victory
President Andrzej Duda and PM Mateusz Morawiecki congratulated the Polish men's volleyball team on their victory in the Men's World Volleyball Championship in Turin on Sunday.
"Poland is the Men's World Volleyball Champion for the second time in a row! What a joy! What a success!!! Thank you!!! You are great!!!," President Duda wrote on Twitter.
"Great victory of a Great Team in a great style! The second Men's World Volleyball Championship in a row; fans in Poland are happy! Golden heroes, the best of the best, an unbeatable red-and-white team!" the prime minister tweeted.
Poland reestablished itself on Sunday as the men's world volleyball champion, downing Brazil - which had won the gold at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics - in the final at the Pala Alpitour arena in Turin, Italy, 3-0 (28-26, 25-20 and 25-23).
It was the Poles' third Men's World Volleyball Championship, having earlier won in 2014 in their homeland and in 1974 in Mexico.