The Poles have been the junior world champions for the team continuously since 2014. Since this year, they have had the opportunity to compete in the youth version of the Speedway of Nations, the World Championship for slag pairs, in exactly the same format as the Polish national team that will compete for gold on Saturday and Sunday with Bartosz . Zamrazlik is in the foreground.
Poland’s Speedway of Nations 2 (U-21) features current Junior World Champion Jakob Mikowiak, this year’s first round winner Mateusz Cerniak, as well as 17-year-old Wiktor. Przyjemski, who is already called “the new Tomasz Gollob” not only because of the fact that he started his senior career in the Polish diaspora Bydgoszcz.
The Poles are world youth champions. For the ninth time in a row
However, Pleasant’s luck in Friday’s competition in Danish Fones had a lot of bad luck, because already in his second race (after winning the first), in which the Poles were opposed by the Latvian, he fell on the track, resulting in a hand bruise. How serious? It will only turn out after research, but the hearts of Bologna fans in Bydgoszcz ahead of the crucial matches in the first league are certainly full of apprehensions.
Until the end of the competition, the Poles were represented by the duo Mi¶kowiak – Cierniak, who were doing well, winning five out of six runs as a team and losing a bit to the Danes 4:5. Thanks to this, Piao Zeroni won the main round with a score of 36 A point out of 42 is possible and you advance directly to the final.
The great Czechs in the duo Jan Kves-Peter Chlobak took second place in the final after the play-off, defeating Great Britain 6:3.
In the Grand Final, the Poles were the favourites, but as is known, anything can happen in a single slug race. And this could frustrate their plans, because Jacob Mikoviak was leading four points from start to finish line, there was no shortage of feelings behind his back.
Unexpectedly, after the first curve, Kvech and Chlupac took second and third, and Cernyak closed the stake, which meant a Czech win with a 5:4 ratio and an exciting world championship for our southern neighbours. But Cerniak had a lot of luck, because on lap three pressing Chlupac he either made a mistake or had a temporary equipment problem. Motoru rider Lublin took full advantage of that, beating the opponent and it was the Poles who won the final 6:3, winning the world championship.
On Saturday and Sunday, the adult Biau-Cheronić team consisting of Bartosz Smárzlyk – Patrik Dodek – Maciej Janowski will compete in the two-day final in Denmark’s Fuence. The competition starts at 19:00.
Speedway of Nations 2 final results:
1. Poland – 36 + 6
Wiktor Przyjemski – 4 (4, u / -, -, -, -, -)
Jacob Mikoviak – 15 (2,2,3,4,4,0) +4
Mateusz Cerniak – 17 (3,4,3,3,4) +2
2. Czech Republic – 29 + 6 + 3
Jan Kafish – 18 (3,4,3,2,3,3) +4 +3
Petr Chlupac – 11 (2,3,4,0,0,2) +2 +0
Daniel Klima – NS (not started)
3. Great Britain – 28 + 3
Tom Brennan – 20 (3,4,3,4,2,4) +3
Drew Kemp – 8 (0,2,4,2, at, 0) +0
Leon Flint – NS
4- Latvia – 28
Francis Justus – 22 (4,4,2,4,4,4)
Ricards Ansviesulis – 6 (2, -, 0.2.2, inch)
Ernst Matgoszonok – 0 (0)
5- Denmark – 26
Benjamin Basu – 21 (4,3,4,3,4,3)
Kevin Jules Pedersen – 5 (-, 0.3.0, -, 2)
Jonas Knudsen – 0 (0.0)
6. Australia – 22
Keynan Rew – 12 (i, 3,2,0,3,4)
Bowes Freezer – 10 (3 Inch, 0.2, 2, 3)
James Pearson – NS
7. Sweden -18
Gustav Grahn – 4 (-, 2,2,0, -, -)
Casper Henrikson – 5 (2, -, -, 3.0, inches)
Philip Hellstrom Paing – 9 (4,0,0,2,3)
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