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Poles out of Olympics

12.01.2020 11:25
Poland's national women's volleyball team lost to Turkey in Saturday's match of the final four at Apeldoorn, Netherlands and so will not be playing in the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Polish team loses Olympic qualifier against Turkey
Polish team loses Olympic qualifier against TurkeyPAP/Maciej Kulczyński

  After a battle, the Poles lost 2:3 (25:19, 18:25, 25:23, 31:33, 11:15).

 "We regret the lost chance but I can only think positively about my team" coach Jacek Nawrocki told Polish Press Agency PAP after Saturday's horror-story defeat.  

  With their 3:0 win against Azerbaijan, Poland had won Pool A in CEV European qualification for the Olympics.

  The winning team in the semi-finals secures a place in the women's volleyball competition in Tokyo to be held July 24 to August 9.

  Pool B winners Germany defeated the Netherlands 3:0 and take on Pool B runner-up Turkey in Sunday's final match at Omnisport hall in Apeldoorn.

  Italy, Russia and Serbia have already secured their participation in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Source: IAR, PAP