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Olympics: 215 Polish athletes selected to compete in Tokyo

07.07.2021 07:50
A total of 215 Polish athletes, 112 men and 103 women, have been selected to compete in this summer's Olympics in Japan, officials have announced.
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Tokyos new National Stadium will be the main venue of the upcoming Olympic Games, which were postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19. The stadium will host the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics as well as the track-and-field events.
Tokyo's new National Stadium will be the main venue of the upcoming Olympic Games, which were postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19. The stadium will host the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics as well as the track-and-field events.Photo: EPA/FRANCK ROBICHON

The Polish Olympic Committee on Tuesday approved the lineup of the national team for the Tokyo Games, which will take place from July 23 to August 8.

Some last-minute additions to the team are still possible, officials told reporters.

Poland will be represented by athletes competing in 28 Olympic sports, including 64 track-and-field contestants, 23 swimmers and 20 rowers.

Poles will also be competing in boxing, gymnastics, judo, horse riding, canoeing, cycling, 3×3 basketball, archery, modern pentathlon, weightlifting, volleyball, skateboarding, shooting, fencing, taekwondo, tennis, table tennis, golf, climbing, wrestling and sailing, officials said.

Five years ago at the Rio Olympics, Poland was represented by 235 athletes.

The Polish Olympic team for Tokyo will also include a contingent of more than 200 coaches, doctors, physiotherapists and other personnel.

Poland won 11 medals, two gold, three silver and six bronze, during the previous summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2016.

(gs/pk)

Source: PAP, olimpijski.pl

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