Following the death of his grandfather, Robert Wilkowiecki rebounded by not only smashing the Ironman world record set just weeks earlier by German superstar Jan Frodeno, but also by becoming the first Pole to complete a triathlon in under eight hours.
Polish football fans will likely be able to attend matches from June 19, provided that at least three-quarters of seats are left empty, PM Mateusz Morawiecki announced on Friday.
The 18-hole golf course spread across nearly 7000 acres near Poznań will use reclaimed water from a local sewage plant will and is expected to be completed by 2022.
Setting off on June 12th 1979, Henryk Jaskuła spent 344 days alone at sea before arriving in Gdynia on May 20th 1980, becoming the first Pole in history to make the voyage.
To raise money to help the Biebrza National Park, of which 5,500 hectares has been destroyed by fire, the runners planned a 3,500km run, which turned into 53,400km – over 13,000km more than the earth’s 40,008 km circumference.
Wojtek Machnik from Katowice, who previously ran a marathon around his bed, took 13 hours to complete 8,440 laps of the tight circle, raising money to donate towards fighting COVID-19.
Dominating women’s athletics for nearly two decades, Szewińska remains the only athlete, either male or female, to have held a World record in the 100m, 200m and the 400m events.
Polish football and speedway fans will be able to watch their sports again after Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, announced an easing of restrictions on outdoor recreational sport from May 4.
Poland’s rugby coach tells TFN that the national team has the potential to go far, once the virus has been kicked into touch.
The first Pole to ever win the UCI Road Race World Championship, Michał Kwiatkowski said he had “no words to thank healthcare workers” and that he was ‘opening the doors’ to his Toruń apartments for them to use.