Yesterday, Modern Pentathlon 2022 European U17 & U19 Youth Championships has started in Cracow. Thanks to good starts and high places in the individual qualification, Poland won a silver medal in the teams classification. A gold medal belongs to France, whereas Hungarians are in third place.
The first three places on the podium in swimming, that is, in the first competition, belong to Poles! Bartosz Szmytke is a gold medalist in swimming, then Krystian Trepczyk is in second place, and Igor Radomyski finished the race as third-fastest swimmer. The last of our Polish representatives, Adam Machaj, was 15th.
The Modern Pentathlon 2022 European U17 & U19 Youth Championships are held in Cracow ?♀️???♀️? Bartosz Szmytke, Krystian Trepczyk, Adam Machaj and Igor Radomyski probably advanced to the strict 36-person finals of the U17 category. Congratulations! ? (photo: Polish Union of Modern Pentathlon).
W Krakowie trwają mistrzostwa Europy U17 i U19 w pięcioboju nowoczesnym ?♀️???♀️?
Bartosz Szmytke, Krystian Trepczyk, Adam Machaj i Igor Radomyski pewnie awansowali do ścisłego 36-osobowego finału kategorii U17.
Gratulacje! ? (fot. Polski Związek Pięcioboju Nowoczesnego). pic.twitter.com/GpCGpzz7mq
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Then, the French team showed domination and outrun Poles in the second final competition – Laser&Run. This course of events gave France first place in the competitions and Poland was second.