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Three European medals for Polish track cyclists

20.10.2019 19:00
Polish track cyclists are taking home a total of three medals, all of them bronze, from this year’s European Track Championships in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn.
Polands third-placed Mateusz Rudyk (right) poses with his medal after the final sprint at the European Track Cycling Championships in Apeldoorn on Friday, next to winner Jeffrey Hoogland (centre) and second-placed Harrie Lavreysen (left), both of the Netherlands.
Poland's third-placed Mateusz Rudyk (right) poses with his medal after the final sprint at the European Track Cycling Championships in Apeldoorn on Friday, next to winner Jeffrey Hoogland (centre) and second-placed Harrie Lavreysen (left), both of the Netherlands.Photo: EPA/VINCENT JANNINK

Poland’s Filip Prokopyszyn placed third in the men's elimination race on Wednesday, and teammate Nikol Płosaj finished third in the same event for women a day later.

Mateusz Rudyk added a bronze for Poland in the men’s sprint on Friday.

On Sunday, the last day of the event, Poland failed to convert more chances into medals.

Poland finished 13th in the overall medal standings. The Netherlands came top of the table with a total of 13 medals, ahead of France with eight and Russia with six.

The 2019 European Track Championships were held in Apeldoorn, in the central Netherlands, from October 16 to 20.

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Source: IAR, uec.ch