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    Poland Secures Gold in Skeet at European Shooting Championships

    The Polish men’s skeet team clinched the gold medal at the European Shooting Championships held in Lonato, Italy. Demonstrating exceptional skill and precision, the team defeated the Czech Republic in the final with a score of 7:3. Earlier, they had triumphed over Georgia in the semifinals with the same decisive scoreline.


    Poland’s path to victory was marked by consistent performances from Kacper Baksalary, Wiktor Kwieciński, and Jakub Werys. Their coordination and accuracy were on full display as they overcame the Czech trio of Tomas Nydrle, Damel Korcak, and Jakub Temecek. The semifinal against Georgia, featuring Roman Gogoładze, Dawid Kwatadze, and Jarosław Starcew, also ended in a 7:3 win for Poland, setting the stage for their final triumph.

    In the mixed pairs competition, Polish shooters Kacper Baksalary (RKS Bock Rawicz) and Natalia Szamrej (MKS Diana Poznań) faced tougher challenges. They ultimately placed 23rd, showing promise but falling short of a podium finish. Their participation, however, highlights the depth and potential within the Polish shooting sports community.

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