The Polish snowboarder, who won the bronze medal at the world championships in Bakuriani, decided to suspend her career. She announced her decision via social media. The athlete revealed why she did so.
Aleksandra Król-Walas is a Polish snowboarder, specializing in parallel giant slalom (PGS) and parallel slalom (PSL). During her career so far, she has appeared three times at the Olympic Games in Sochi (2014), Pyeongchang (2018) and Beijing (2022), where she was chosen as the standard bearer of the Polish Olympic team. She is also the gold medalist of the 28th Universiade, which took place in Almaty, Kazakhstan in 2017.
The world championship medalist suspended her career. She informed me why
Additionally, she stood on the podium in World Cup competitions five times – four times individually and once with Oskar Kwiatkowski in the team competition. Aleksandra Król-Walas managed to win once. Her best result in the World Cup general classification so far was in the 2018/2019 season, when she took 8th place in the slalom classification. The greatest success of the Polish snowboarder is the bronze medal in the world championship in parallel giant slalom in Bakuriani (Georgia).
Now the player has decided to suspend her career, which she announced via social media. Aleksandra Król-Walas published a post on her Instagram in which she revealed the reasons for such a decision.
“Little princess on the way. We will be mom and dad in a moment. I’m going to have to temporarily suspend my career, but don’t be afraid – I’ll be back in the game next season,” she wrote.
Aleksandra Król-Walas was born on November 20, 1990 in Zakopane. The snowboarder got married in June 2023. Her husband is businessman Jan Walas.