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European medals for Polish swimmers

05.12.2019 07:10
Poland’s Radosław Kawęcki took the gold in the men’s 200 metres backstroke on day one of the European Short-Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
Polands Radosław Kawęcki is on his way to win the mens 200 m backstroke final at the 2019 European Short-Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow on Wednesday.
Poland’s Radosław Kawęcki is on his way to win the men's 200 m backstroke final at the 2019 European Short-Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow on Wednesday.Photo: EPA/ROBERT PERRY

Kawęcki touched in at 1:49.23 to win the event on Wednesday, ahead of Germany’s Christian Diener, who finished in 1:50.05.

Luke Greenbank of Britain came in third, clocking a time of 1:50.09.

Meanwhile, Poland’s Paweł Juraszek, Marcin Cieślak, Karol Ostrowski and Jakub Kraska won silver in the men’s 4x50m freestyle relay, with a time of 1:23.74.

Russia took the gold with 1:22.92 and Italy finished third in 1:24.50.

The 2019 European Short-Course Swimming Championships run in Glasgow until Sunday.


Source: PAP