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Former Polish table tennis coach dies

27.04.2020 00:30
Former Polish table tennis coach Roman Kowalski, who was behind some of the country’s biggest successes in the sport in the 1980s, has died, news agencies have reported.
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The Polish Table Tennis Association (PZTS) noted on its website on Sunday that Kowalski had a successful career as a player in the 1960s.

He then worked as coach of the national team from 1982 to 1984, leading it to international prominence.

Kowalski coached Polish table tennis heavyweights including Andrzej Grubba, who won two silver medals and a bronze at the 1984 European championships in Moscow.

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Source: IAR, PAP, pzts.pl