Polish runners scooped two gold and three silver medals at the World Athletics Relays Silesia 2021 competition in the Polish southern city of Chorzów on Saturday and Sunday.
Sprightly Stanisław was awarded the title of Ambassador of Best Practices in Sport during an announcement of the top 50 Most Influential People in Polish Sport in 2020.
Over seven events, Poland took a staggering 29 gold medals in athletics, boxing, fencing, shooting, and weightlifting, foil fencing – in which they picked up five for each team player – another 19 for each member of the football team.
Over 20 Polish sportsmen and women have appeared in a video where they wish the Belarusian people all the best in their struggle for freedom. The athletes featured represent a range of sports, from football to swimming, via volleyball.
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.
Poland's women's 4x400 m relay team took home the silver medal at the 2019 IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on Sunday.
Poland's Marcin Lewandowski placed third in the men’s 1500-metre final at the 2019 IAAF World Championships Doha, Qatar, on Sunday.
Poland's Paweł Fajdek won hammer gold with a throw of 80.50m at IAAF World Athletics Championships, Doha 2019, Qatar on Wednesday.
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.