Runs from October 6 Beach Volleyball World Championshipwhose competition arena were three Mexican cities – Tlaxcala, Abizaco and Huamantla – undoubtedly brought a lot of emotions to the Polish fans who had the opportunity to watch the performances of up to three “white and red” pairs in action.
Unfortunately, in the end, only one of them remained in the competition – then How the duo bid farewell to the women’s championship Jagoda Gruszyńska – Alexandra WachowiczAnd from the struggles of men he shoots Piotr Kantor and Jakub Zdebekthey were the only ones left in the fight for the medals Bartosz Luciak and Michal BrillWe continue to show our best side.
A historic opportunity to get a medal for the Poles
Already in the quarter-final match in which Łosiak and Bryl participated They defeated German pair Niels Ehlers – Clemens Wikl 2-0r, it was clear that they were in very good condition. However, when they faced the number four ranked duo and top three in the tournament, Andy Benesch and Miles Partin, the difficulty level increased.
However, the Whites and Reds showed that they can achieve great things in Mexico. The match was played in the rain, but it was full of emotions from the start. The score in the first set was 6:6 Four points in a row, with a serve and a block, were scored by the amazing player Michel Brill The Poles moved away from their competitors. However, the Americans made up for their loss, and after a strong attack from Miles Partin, they were able to tie the score 18:18. The duo called for a time-out, Brill successfully attacked, then Bartosz Luciak scored a smash and we were two points ahead again. This was enough and the Polish duo won the set 21:19.
In the second set, the superiority of the Poles was clear from the beginning, and at one point, after a brilliant serve from Luciak, they led 15:9! However, the rivals began to make up for the losses again, but they managed to beat our team by only two points, and in the end, Losyak and Brill won with a score of 21:16, and they won the whole match 2:0 and as The first duo from our country in history will have a chance to fight for the medal.
Their rivals in the struggle for the final will be the Swedish duo David Ahmann and Jonathan Hellvig, the current European champions.
Michal Brill/Bartosz Luciak – Miles Partin/Andy Benesch 2:0 (21:19, 21:16)
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