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European Games: Cycling silver for Poland

28.06.2019 16:26
Polish cyclist Filip Prokopyszyn has won a silver in the men's scratch at the 2019 European Games in Belarus.
Filip Prokopyszyn

The performance by the talented 18-year-old on Thursday upped Poland’s tally at the multi-sport European Games to six medals: two golds, one silver and three bronzes.

Poland’s first gold came from gymnasts Łukasz Jaworski and Artur Zakrzewski in the men’s synchronised trampoline competition on Monday.

The second gold for Poland was picked up by sprint canoeist Tomasz Kaczor on Wednesday.

A day later Poland's kayak four team won the bronze in the women's K4 500 metre race.

Also on Thursday, Poles picked up bronzes in the women’s kayak and canoe singles over 200 metres. Marta Walczykiewicz came third in the K1 200m, while Dorota Borowska picked up a medal in the C1 200m event.

More than 4,000 athletes from 50 countries are competing in Minsk for 200 sets of medals in 23 sports during the 2nd European Games, which provide a gateway to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for European athletes.


Source: PAP