Radosław Kawęcki, certainly one of the best Polish swimmers of the 21st century, entered the World Championships in Abu Dhabi as one of the Medal’s Greatest Hopes. It is true that he ran into some trouble while preparing, but the fans believed that he would be able to prepare the right form.
After the European Championship, Radek took a week off. Later he began to prepare, but unfortunately fell ill. So we made the decision not to start in the Polish championship in order to train and not waste any more time. We have implemented most of the plan. The 100-meter performance in Abu Dhabi was trained for the fight even before the main start – said Bowie Wukov, coach of Kawęcki.
In the qualifying round for the 200-meter sprint, the pole swam coolly and only qualified for the finals for the eighth time. spore Loss to the best Shane Casas in America It might be a little annoying, but despite this, before our experienced swimmer got started, fans thought he could fight the leaders.
In the final, Kawęcki started from the eighth track. Pole started quietly and was fifth in the middle of the road, losing relatively little to leaders Casas. However, the second half of the distance started very well and after six lengths of pool he was third, but he showed a great finish, in the end he was the first to finish, Win the world title!
The pole covered this distance with a time of 1:48.61 and overtook favorite Casas (1:48.81) and German Christian Diener (1:48.97).
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