Poland with two more silver medals at track and field world championships

Adam Kszczot
Image : By Erik van Leeuwen, attribution: Erik van Leeuwen (bron: Wikipedia). - erki.nl, GFDL
Adam Kszczot Image : By Erik van Leeuwen, attribution: Erik van Leeuwen (bron: Wikipedia). - erki.nl, GFDL

Adam Kszczot in 800 meters race and Piotr Lisek in pole vault won silver medals at the track and field IAAF World Championships in London.

Kszczot had his season best result of 1:44.95, behind Frenchman Pierre-Ambroise Bossem. Third was Kipyegon Bett from Kenya. This is Kszczot’s second silver medal in a row in World Championships.

Lisek also took silver, jumping 5.90 meters in the pole vault final. Sam Kendricks from the US took gold with 5.95 meters. French Axell Chapelle was third with 5.90. This is Lisek’s second medal in the Wolrd Championships, having won bronze two years ago in Beijing.

So far, Polish athletes won 4 medals at the IAAF World Championships, with Anita Włodarczyk and Malwina Kopron winning gold and bronze in women hammer throw event respectively.

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