This is the end! The great Polish volleyball player will not play any more. “One was missing”

The Polish volleyball player informed about his decision on one of the social media profiles. – In the life of every athlete, there comes a moment when one of the most important decisions has to be made, which is the end of a career … It’s time to say goodbye to the role of a “sunbather” representing Poland for 15 years. Time to get off the sand, take off your glasses, hang up your hat. – Grzegorz Fijałek wrote to his fans.

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The legendary player of Polish volleyball has not forgotten to thank all those who have helped him achieve spectacular results over the years. – I would like to thank the partners with whom I gained medals and experience, especially Mariusz [Prudlowi] and Michał [Brylowi]although it was not always colorful – emphasized the two-time bronze medalist of the European Championships. He also addressed words of gratitude to fans, trade union activists and coaches.

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The 34-year-old finishes with competitive sport, but does not intend to say goodbye to it completely. – He is my friend, only in a slightly different dimension. A new reality ahead of me. Keep your fingers crossed, and I wish you many more positive sports impressions – said Grzegorz Fijałek to his fans.

Fijałek’s greatest dream was, of course, to win a medal at the Olympics. This, however, was unsuccessful. – Joint photos, autographs, shaking hands … thanks to this, I feel fulfilled as an athlete, despite the fact that the coveted Olympic medal was missing – mentioned the former competitor, who competed in the international arena for 15 years. Together with Mariusz Pruld, they took 2nd place in the World Tour on the beach in Stavanger.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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