Eryk Goczał, 18, etched his name into the history of the Dakar Rally after becoming not just the youngest participant in the event’s 45-year history, but also the youngest winner, despite an injury forcing him to drive with only one hand!
Poland's Rafal Rosolski won a bronze medal in the non-Olympic men's 5,000-metre (K1) kayak race at the European Championships in Munich on Sunday.
Poland's Katarzyna Kolodziejczyk and Dominika Putto won a silver medal in the women's 200-metre (K2) kayak race at the European Championships in Munich on Sunday.
The medley of household names include gold-winning pole-vaulter Władysław Kozakiewicz whose celebratory ‘up yours’ gesture towards the Russian crowd scandalized the 1980 Moscow Olympics and world-record discus thrower Halina Konopacka who during WWII squirrelled Poland’s gold reserve to France.
Despite losing his arms in a motorbike accident Bartosz Ostałowski has turned his dream of becoming a professional racing driver into reality.
Robert Kubica (BMW M4 DTM) placed third in Sunday's DTM series race at the Belgian Zolder track.
TFN takes a pictorial look back at Poland’s most famous cycling race.
Three-year-old mare Pride of Poland brings in the big prize at racing gala that marked the 80th anniversary of the opening of Warsaw’s Służewiec Racecourse.
TFN travelled to Wieliszew, central Poland, to sit down with Patrycja Bereznowska the winner of this year’s edition of the gruelling 24-hour run Badwater competition.Covering 217km non-stop from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney, CA, the Badwater 135 is the most demanding and extreme running race anywhere on the planet.
The port will play host to the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships between July 13-19.