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Poland eyeing 15 medals at Tokyo Olympics: chef de mission

20.07.2021 07:45
Poland has a chance of winning around 15 medals at the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the official in charge of the national team has said.
  • Poland eyeing 15 medals at Tokyo Olympics: chef de mission
Marcin Nowak, Polands chef de mission for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Marcin Nowak, Poland's chef de mission for the Tokyo 2020 Games.Photo: PAP/Szymon Łabiński

Marcin Nowak, Poland's Chef de Mission for the Tokyo 2020 Games, said his country would be represented in Japan by a contingent of "experienced and successful athletes," alongside a number of "high-achieving rookies with high hopes" going into the Games.

"I believe 15 gongs are doable, though certainly we should have at least twice as many chances to medal," Nowak, a former Olympic athlete, added, as quoted by the sport.pl website.

The Tokyo Olympics begin on Friday and run through to August 8.

At the Rio Summer Olympics in 2016, Poland won 11 medals, two gold, three silver and six bronze, the national team's best haul this century.

At the London Olympics in 2012, Team Poland scooped 10 medals, three gold, two silver and five bronze.


Source: sport.plolimpijski.pl