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					The most popular sports in Poland:
 ski jumping      tennis

 cross-country    handball
  skiing
                   football
 swimming
                   volleyball
 car racing
The best Polish ski jumper
 Adam Małysz is a
  Polish ski jumper.
  He has four
  Olympic medals (3
  silver, 1 bronze).
  His longest jump
  was 225 meters.
His achivments in this year:
 Klingenthal – February 3,2010 (2.place)
 Lahti (HS 130) – March 7, 2010 (2.place)
 Kuopio (HS 127) – March 9, 2010 (2.place)
 Lillehammer – March 12, 2010 (3. place)
 Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 14,2010
(2. place)
Since 1996 Wins38
Other podiums45
Total podiums83
Polish cross country skier
 Justyna Kowalczyk
  is a Polish cross
  country skier who has
  been competing since
  2000. She won the
  overall 2008–09
  Cross-Country Skiing
  World Cup, Tour de Ski
  2009/2010, and the
  30 km mass start
  classic at the 2010
  Olympic Winter Games
  in Vancouver.
Popular swimmers:

   Otylia Jędrzejczak
   Piotr Korzeniowski
   Bartosz Kizierowski
   Agata Zwiejska
   Katarzyna
    Baranowska
Otylia Jędrzejczak
 Otylia Jędrzejczak
  is a Polish swimmer.
  She is the Olympic
  champion from
  Athens 2004 in the
  200 metre butterfly.
  Three times she
  broke the world
  record in the
  women's 200 m
  butterfly.
Paweł Korzeniowski
 Paweł
  Korzeniowski is a
  Polish swimmer,
  who won the
  200 m butterfly at
  the 2005 World
  Aquatics
  Championships in
  Montreal. He also
  competes in the
  freestyle events.
Polish men volleyball team
Our group consists of:
   Paweł Zagumny
   Piotr Gacek
    Krzysztof Ignaczak
   Mariusz Wlazły
    Grzegorz Szymański
   Bartosz Kurek
   Sebastian Świderski
   Daniel Pliński
    Wojciech Grzyb
    Marcin Możdżonek
   Wojciech Jurkiewicz
   Michał Winiarski
   Piotr Gruszka
   Krzysztof Gierczyński
Their honours:
   Polish championship:
       1. place: 2004/2005, 2005/2006, 2006/2007, 2007/2008,
        2008/2009
       3. place: 2001/2002
   Polish Cup:
       1. place: 2004/2005, 2005/2006, 2006/2007, 2008/2009
       2. place: 2003/2004
       3. place: 2007/2008
   CEV Champions League:
       3. place: 2007/2008
       Top 6: 2005/2006
       Top 8: 2008/2009
       Top 12: 2006/2007
   FIVB Men's Club World Volleyball Championship:
       2 place: 2009
Polish women volleyball team
    Polish handball team
.
Some succes of the polish handball
team
World Championships
 1974 - 4th
 1982 - 3rd
 1990 - 11th
 2003 - 10th
 2007 - 2nd
 2009 - 3rd
Football team:
Tennis -Agnieszka Radwańska
                Agnieszka Radwańska
               is a WTA Tour Polish
                   tennis player. At the
                   2008 Australian Open,
                   Radwańska became
                   the first Polish woman
                   to reach a Grand Slam
                   singles quarterfinal
                   during the open era
                   and only the second
                   Polish woman other
                   ever to reach a Grand
                   Slam singles
                   quarterfinal.
Urszula Radwańska
 Urszula
  Radwańska is a
  Polish tennis player
  and a younger
  sister of Agnieszka
  Radwańska. She
  reached her career
  high ranking of
  World No. 62 on
  August 10, 2009.
Polish racing driver-Robert Kubica
 Robert Kubica is the first
  Polish racing driver to
  compete in Formula One.
  From 2006 he has driven
  for the BMW Sauber F1
  team, promoted from
  test driver to race driver
  during 2006. In June
  2008, Kubica took his
  maiden F1 victory in the
  chaotic Canadian Grand
  Prix, becoming the 99th
  driver to win a World
  Championship race. From
  the 2010 season, Kubica
  will be racing for
  Renault.
His successes:
 Macau Grand Prix-2nd in 2004
 Formula Renault 3.5 Series-1st in
  2005
 Macau Grand PrixCarlin Motorsport-2
  nd in 2005
 Formula Renault 2000 Italy- 2nd
 Formula One-4th in 2008

				
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