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    1 Artur Brzozowski 1:21:07 WCq
    2 Dawid Tomala 1:21:33 WCq
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    1 Katarzyna Zdziebło 1:32:03 PB
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    1 Łukasz Niedziałek 40:23 PB
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    Have you heard any rumors of Polish participation in World Relays?
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    Not very precise ones. I'm pretty sure Poland will enter strong teams, at least in the WC events, but no lineups have been announced so far.
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    And here's the World Relays team:

    Women
    4x100: Klaudia Adamek, Kamila Ciba, Agata Forkasiewicz, Marika Popowicz-Drapała, Katarzyna Sokólska, Ewa Swoboda
    4x400: Iga Baumgart-Witan, Anna Dobek, Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik, Anna Kiełbasińska, Justyna Saganiak, Justyna Święty-Ersetic, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz

    Men
    4x100: Krzysztof Grześkowiak, Dominik Kopeć, Karol Kwiatkowski, Remigiusz Olszewski, Przemysław Słowikowski, Dominik Smosarski
    4x400: Kajetan Duszyński, Dariusz Kowaluk, Jakub Krzewina, Jakub Mordyl, Przemysław Waściński, Karol Zalewski, Tymoteusz Zimny

    Mixed 4x400: Dobek, Kiełbasińska, Saganiak, Wyciszkiewicz, Krzewina, Mordyl, Zalewski, Zimny
    Mixed 2x2x400: Dobek, Saganiak, Duszyński, Kowaluk
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    Thanks. Hope 4x100's can qualify!
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    Kamila Lićwinko's comeback from childbirth looks pretty promising. Here's a video of her easily clearing 1.87 off 6 steps in training.
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    5 Michał Haratyk 21.18 WCq
    8 Konrad Bukowiecki 20.46
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    7 Adam Kszczot 1:45.60 WCq
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    Quote Originally Posted by trackCanuck View Post
    Perhaps Swoboda will run a 100 this year that's intrinsically equal to or better than Irena Szewinska's best performance, from the 1974 Euros ( 11.13 into -1.x). Right now her best is 11.12 (+0.9), not as good, yet.
    Comparing Irena circa 1964-1970 with a 2018 sprinter ?.. not going to work.
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    It was in 1974.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    It was in 1974.
    Exactly and Im still sure she was faster in 1970 than in 1974. But track surfaces have made a huge difference.
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