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Polish athlete Artur Komorowski has secured the title of world champion in the 50-54 age category at the Crossfit Games held in Madison, USA. The Crossfit Games, now in its seventeenth year, is the world’s premier crossfit event, drawing hundreds of competitors across various weight categories vying for the coveted title of the best in the world.
In the Masters 50-54 division, Artur Komorowski emerged as the top contender from the USA, displaying his exceptional skills on the global stage. Despite starting relatively late, Komorowski has been a consistent force in Crossfit Games, earning his first unofficial world championship qualification at the age of 45. Notably, he became the first adult Polish representative in the event, previously dominated by junior participants.
Over the years, the Polish presence at Crossfit Games has grown significantly, and Komorowski’s recent victory adds a new milestone to his illustrious career. Despite formidable competition, Komorowski’s strategic prowess and determination secured him the coveted gold medal in a thrilling finale.
In the highly prestigious 18-35 category, Polish representatives Bronisław Olenkowicz, Michał Wesołowski, and Gabriela Migała showcased their prowess. However, they returned to Poland without podium finishes this time.