The victory in the two-day event was the first time the Polish team had won the title.
Among her achievements, Halina Konopacka, who always wore a red beret while competing, and had a model-like body shape, took Poland to its first Olympic gold in 1928.
Fortune favoured the team from the outset with the plucky Poles sweeping up in shot put, pole vault, long distance and relay.
Poland’s athletes win three golds and a silver at European indoor championship.
The finals of the most prestigious series in athletics will be held on August 30th in Zurich and August 31st in Brussels.
With two sets of gold and silver, Poles began the tournament in Berlin on a high.
Poland set a world indoor record in the men's 4x400-meter relay on Sunday at the world indoor athletics championships in Birmingham.