The Polish Olympic medalist announced the end of her career. This will be her last party

The Polish Olympic medalist announced the end of her career.  This will be her last party

One of the most successful Polish runners in recent years has announced the end of her sports career. Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik, because we are talking about her, revealed when she will leave the stage.

There has been speculation for a long time that Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik may soon end her career. One of the most important players of Matusiński’s Angels team from recent years recently gave birth to a child, which is why we haven’t seen her on the track for a long time. As it turns out, we will soon be able to watch her last starts. The athlete herself announced the date when her professional career would come to an end.

When will Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik end her career?

– If the upcoming season were not for the Olympics, I would definitely not decide to return to sport – she openly admitted to some time ago. Now she only confirmed the decision she had made earlier. – The 2024 season will be my last in my career. In May, fans should see me on the track. My goal is the Olympic Games in Paris as the icing on the cake, she said on Radio Zet.

In recent months, Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik has appeared much more often at sports competitions, not as a participant, but as a media expert. She really liked this role and if she had the opportunity to appear in a television studio again in the future, she would be happy to take on such a task.

The successes of Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik

Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik’s career was full of successes, especially as a team. She won the following medals in the 4×400 meters relay:

Olympic Games:
Gold – mixed relay – Tokyo 2020
Silver – women’s relay – Tokyo 2020

World Cup:
Silver – women’s relay – Doha 2019
Bronze – women’s relay – London 2017

European Championship:
Gold – women’s relay – Berlin 2018
Silver – women’s relay – Munich 2022

World Indoor Championships:
Silver – Women’s Relay – Portland 2016
Silver – women’s relay – Birmingham 2018

European Indoor Championships:
Gold – women’s relay – Belgrade 2017
Gold – women’s relay – Glasgow 2019
Bronze – women’s relay – Prague 2015
Bronze – women’s relay – Toruń 2021

In addition to the above, Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik won medals in events such as the European Athletics Team Championships, the Universiade and the IAAF World Relays.

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