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Polish sportsmen and explorers
Krzysztof Baranowski (born 1938) - famous Polish sailor,  journalist and teacher. He was the first man to twice circumnavigate the globe single-handedly, the first time in 1972 - 1973, the second in 1999 - 2000.

Marek Kamiński
Marek Kamiński (1964-) Polish explorer, the first man who reached both, North and South Poles in the same year 1995 without external support, In 2004, he completed the same trip with a 17 years old, disable boy-Jasiek Mela. He is the President of Polish Branch of the Explorer Club. He studied philosophy and physic in Warsaw University. He speaks English, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish.and Japanese.  

Robert Korzeniowski
Robert Korzeniowski (born July 30, 1968 in Lubaczów, Poland) is a former Polish racewalker. He has won four gold medals at the Summer Olympics and has won three world championships.

Korzeniowski is a three-peat winner of the 50 km walk at the Summer Olympics. He won 1996 in Atlanta, 2000 in Sydney, and 2004 in Athens. In addition, he became the first athlete to claim both the long distance and the short distance crown, when he won the 20 km title at the 2000 games. He won world championship titles in 1997, 2001, and 2003. He won two times a European Championship in Budapest 1998 and in Munich 2002. He is also the world record holder in the 50 kilometers race.

He retired after the 2004 games but is looking to become actively involved in various roles at the International Olympic Committee.

Adam Małysz (born December 3, 1977) is a Polish ski jumper. He was born and still lives in the town of Wisła in southern Poland.

His career began in 1995. For two consecutive seasons, he was moderately successful in the Ski Jumping World Cup (7th and 10th in the overall standings respectively). He re-emerged in the 2000/01 season when he won the Four Hills Tournament and the world championship in in the individual normal hill while finishing second in the individual large hill. 2002 saw Małysz claim a silver in the individual large hill and a bronze in the individual normal hill at the Salt Lake City Olympic Games. In 2003 he won both world championships titles and added another Ski Jumping World Cup (his third).

His success contributed to his enormous popularity not only among ski jumping fans but throughout Poland as well. Most of all he has won 3 World Cups in a row, an unprecedented achievement.

Additionally, Malysz is the only four-time winner of the ski jumping event at the Holmenkollen ski festival (1996, 2001, 2003, and 2006). He earned the Holmenkollen medal in 2001 for his ski jumping successes (Shared with Bente Skari and Thomas Alsgaard.).

He is married to his high school sweetheart Izabela and has one daughter.

Wanda Rutkiewicz was born on February 4, 1943 in Plungiany, Poland (today Lithuania). She died either on May 12 or May 13, 1992, while climbing Kangchenjunga. After World War II the Soviet Union annexed the eastern parts of Poland so her family moved to Wrocław in western Poland where she graduated as electrical engineer.

Wanda Rutkiewicz (pron. van-dah root-kie-vitch) is regarded as one of the greatest woman mountaineers ever. She was the third woman and the first European woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest on October 16, 1978. She was the first of Polish climbers, too (it took 2 more years for others). In 1986 she became the first woman to successfully climb K2.

1978 - Mount Everest
1985 - Nanga Parbat
1986 - K2
1987 - Shisha Pangma
1989 - Gasherbrum II
1990 - Gasherbrum I
1991 - Cho Oyu
1991 - Annapurna I

Irena Szewińska (born 24 may 1946) is a Polish sprinter who dominated women's athletics for nearly two decades.

Irena Szewińska was born in 1946 in Leningrad (currently St. Petersburg). Between 1964 and 1980 she participated in five Olympic Games, winning seven medals, three of them gold. She also broke six world records and was the first woman to hold world records at 100m, 200m and 400m at the same time. She also won 13 medals in European Championships. Between 1965 and 1979 she gathered 26 titles of Champion of Poland in 100m sprint, 200m sprint, 400m sprint, 4x400m relay and long jump.

As of 2004 she is the head of Polish Federation of Athletics and a member of the International Olympic Committee.
Marcin Urbaś (born 1976) - athlete, top Polish sprinter. Polish champion in 1998-2001. The greatest achievement in his sporting career so far has been to set the Polish record at 19.98 seconds for the 200m (Seville, 1998) - only the second white man to do so. In 2002 he won the 60m indoor sprint.
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