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I ask, where is the all option??!! Personally, I like to watch luge, jumping, Norwegian combinations, biathlon, free skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing (but only if a lady from Norway does not dominate).
At the beginning of the year, when I read the statement of the coach of the team and the president of the association, I rubbed my eyes in amazement at what their optimism beat. And today I see that Polish judo is again beginning to mean something internationally.
You can say what you want, but in my opinion the results of Polish judokas have been very optimistic since the beginning of the year. I did not think that Piotrek Kuczera and Beata Pacut would finish the competition at the Grand Slam points in Paris.
Tomek / Maniek is a strange cyclist on the one hand he can ride a great race, and on the other he is getting some fool. In my opinion, even if he doesn't have results, he is a good soul who gives color to the peloton and Lotto Soudal.
Dorota probably just returned from the grouping in Spain and should already appear in the next competition. But I don't know it 100%, because I haven't found a confirmation anywhere. It is a pity that her chance to go to Tokyo would be lost.
Enjoys a good form at the beginning of the season of the duet Agnieszka Skrzypulec & Jolanta Ogar. I remember what was happening and what was the expectation of sailing before Rio, so in this case I am quietly counting on some place in the top 5, because I start in the medal race when it comes to this duo.
I prefer to tone my ambitions, because every Olympics in Poland are hopes that these Games will be groundbreaking and we will finally win more than 10 medals. In martial arts I count on Kowalczyk to win a medal on tatami. I am also quietly counting on a surprise on the part of Dorota Banaszczyk in karate, maybe wrestlers will also get something.
Enjoys the good opening of the season by Karolina Pieńkowska and Anna Borowska, because fifth place for Polish judoka is already a success. I enjoy every place in the top eight, it makes me happy. Julia Kowalczyk also fought ambitiously yesterday, but she was unlucky because in the first round she ran into Eteri Liparteliani and after 9 minutes she had to recognize the superiority of Georgian. In addition, the quick defeats of Agata Perenc and Patryk Wawrzyczek, but here I personally have no great requirements for these two. An interesting fact is that Mirosław Błachnio (coach of the Polish team) and Jacek Zawdka (president of the Polish Judo Association) set an ambitious goal for Polish players, i.e. places 1-5 in each event they take part in, and that Poland is to bring at least one medal from the Games.
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