Polish success during the European Athletics Championship. Rehasport Clinic physiotherapists provided help

IMG_1199Three physiotherapists Radosław Hojszyk, Bartosz Kiedrowski and Maciej Biegański helped Polish sportspersons in top European athletic competition. European Championship in Amsterdam was successful – it was the first time Polish athletes had won the largest number of medals!  

In the capital city of the Netherlands Polish athletes won as many as 12 medals: six gold, five silver and one bronze medal. Poznań physiotherapists contributed to this big success:  Radosław Hojszyk, Maciej Biegański and Bartosz Kiedrowski who took care of Paweł Fajdek and supported sprinters and middle-distance runners during the competition and training camps. In Amsterdam physiotherapists cooperated however with all those Polish athletes who required assistance.

The Polish team was composed of 67 athletes – only the following countries had more sportspersons: Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and Ukraine. Our team won the largest number of medals – six gold, five silver and one bronze medal. What’s more, they came fourth six times, fifth once and sixth six times. European Champions were Anita Włodarczyk and Paweł Fajdek in hammer throw, Robert Sobera in pole vault, Adam Kszczot in 800 meters, Angelika Cichocka in 1500 meters, and Piotr Małachowski in discus throw.

Rehasport Clinic physiotherapists have to work hard and responsibly – Radosław Hojszyk and Maciej Biegański are going with our athletes to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics.