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Col_Frost

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  • Nation
    Poland
  • Gender
    Male
  • Date of Birth
    11/22/1988
  • Favourite Olympic Games
    Both
  • Favourite Sports
    archery, athletics, badminton, basketball, biathlon, bobsleigh, cycling, handball, ice hockey, luge, modern pentathlon, nordic combined, sailing, shooting, skeleton, ski jumping, snowboard, triathlon, volleyball
  • Favourite Athletes
    Karol Bielecki, Ole Einar Bjørndalen, Alistair Brownlee, Jonathan Brownlee, Usain Bolt, Wojciech Chmielewski, Mariusz Czerkawski, Kazimierz Deyna, Fabian Drzyzga, Grzegorz Fijałek, Giba, Sylwia Gruchała, Chris Hoy, Otylia Jędrzejczak, Bartosz Jurecki, Michał Jurecki, Szymon Kołecki, Robert Korzeniowski, Justyna Kowalczyk, Jakub Kowalewski, Mateusz Kusznierewicz, Michał Kwiatkowski, Renaud Lavillenie, Rafał Majka, Adam Małysz, Hannu Manninen, Robert Mateusiak, Konrad Niedźwiedzki, Oktawia Nowacka, Sandra Perković, Mariusz Prudel, Teddy Riner, Tomasz Sikora, Ewelina Staszulonek, Kamil Stoch, Sławomir Szmal, Sebastian Świderski, Ian Thorpe, Ernest Wilimowski, Paweł Zagumny, Nadieżda Zięba
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  1. Miejsce powyżej oczekiwań, ale jednak trochę szkoda tego ostatniego dnia (Polak przystępował do rywalizacji jako lider, nawet pomimo strat dnia trzeciego). W każdym razie sukces cieszy, ale też nie robię sobie zbyt wielkich nadziei, jeśli chodzi o kolejne starty. Po ostatnim dobrym miejscu (zdaje się miejsce w "6" w Szkocji albo Irlandii), nastąpiła seria występów złych i bardzo złych, przerwana dopiero w ostatnim turnieju. Ale oby mu się wiodło jak najlepiej
  2. First of all, that's women's side of this sport, not entirely sport. Second, there are much higher requirments to compete in Bobsleigh WC than NTL (for example only three countries can have three teams). And despite this we had athletes from 13 countries in women's bobs last season. In women's NTL WC it was 16. Not so big difference. I also would like to see NTL at olympics but seriously, what's with this bobs criticism about?
  3. Yeah, it's hard to have big start list without N. America, China and Russia.
  4. Yeah. Not sure if there wasn't some ijnuries cause both Boch and Smolarek took part in some runs on official trainings and than dissapear.
  5. It's not just a Polish surname. He was born in Polish family, he speaks Polish, he even was active in Polish community in Vilnus. Of course I'm not saying that he should change nationality or something, but it's not just a name
  6. What did you expect? That they'll change this from top 20?
  7. Well, I didn't think that. Another run one day after 15/20 km? I was sure that there will be changes
  8. No it can't. The venue that will be build for Games will have 700m long, if I remember correctly. It can't organize all canoeing competitions, not to mention rowing. Rowing is possible only on Malta in Poznań but organizers want Games only in Małopolska. I don't know what's wrong with rowing and canoeing in Poznań and track cycling in Pruszków (assuming that track will still be open in 2023) but who am I to judge?
  9. https://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition/calendar/?task=resultathletes&event=1166&result=8 https://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition/calendar/?task=resultathletes&event=1166&result=4 Just click "Final"
  10. @rafalgorkaif you'll made a new thread for that, why not? But maybe year before olympics? Ok, back to the subject. That's how I think Polish team will look like: Ski Sports Alpine Skiing (2) - Maryna Gąsienica-Daniel and some guy Cross Country Skiing (6-7) - Izabela Marcisz, Monika Skinder and 2 other girls; Maciej Staręga and 1-2 other guys Ski Jumping (5-7) - Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Dawid Kubacki and 2 other guys; maybe 1-2 girls Nordic Combined (1) - Szczepan Kupczak Freestyle Skiing (0) - none Snowboarding (3-4) - Aleksandra Król, Weronika Biela, Oskar Kwiatkowski and maybe someone in freestyle or sbx Biathlon (8-9) - Monika Hojnisz, Kamila Żuk, Kinga Zbylut and 1-2 other girls; Grzegorz Guzik, Łukasz Szczurek, Andrzej Nędza-Kubiniec and 1 other guy Skating Sports Speed Skating (8-10) - Natalia Czerwonka, Karolina Bosiek, Kaja Ziomek, Karolina Gąsecka, Magdalena Czyszczoń; Artur Nogal, Artur Janicki, Marcin Bachanek, maybe Artur Waś and/or Piotr Michalski Short Track Speed Skating (3-5) - Natalia Maliszewska, Kamila Stormowska, maybe Nicole Mazur and/or Patrycja Maliszewska; Rafał Anikiej Figure Skating (3) - Ekaterina Kurakova, pair Natalia Kaliszek and Maksym Spodyriev Sleigh Sports Luge (4) - Klaudia Domaradzka, Mateusz Sochowicz, pair Wojciech Chmielewski and Jakub Kowalewski Skeleton (0) - none Bobsleigh (0-2) - maybe two Sylwia Smolarek and Julia Słupecka Team Sports Curling (0) - none Ice Hockey (0) - none So 43-54 athletes. In 2018 we had 62...
  11. You mean qualifications that already was? Yeah, that don't matter anymore. But I'm not sure if I made a mistake writing about speed in combined. Play-offs may be only in final, not in qualifications. I can't remember...
  12. They are. For seed in play-offs (1st vs 16th, 2nd vs 15th etc.) and for places 17-20. And also for tie breaker, I think (for example when two athletes fall off from wall).
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