Personal Information

Family Wife Beata Tereba, two children

Residence Kraków, POL

Occupation Athlete, Coach

Languages English, Polish

License number 02091981000

World Cup--44
Legnano (ITALY), 2012-01-27
Heidenheim (GERMANY), 2013-02-15
Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA), 2013-05-24
Heidenheim (GERMANY), 2020-01-09
Zone Championships--11
Leipzig (GERMANY), 2010-07-16
Grand Prix1113
Doha (QATAR), 2008-01-18Cali (COLOMBIA), 2019-05-03Rio de Janeiro (BRAZIL), 2015-05-22
Prague (CZECH REPUBLIC), 2016-04-16
Dublin (IRELAND), 2011-12-03Oslo (NORWAY), 2015-10-31

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? He began fencing at age eight in Krakow, Poland.

Why this sport? His parents signed him up at Krakow Fencing Club in Poland and the sport became his biggest passion.

Club / Team AZS AWF Krakow: Poland

Name of coach Robert Andrzejuk [national], POL

Handedness Left

General Interest

Nicknames Radek (zawrotniak.com, 31 May 2013)

Memorable sporting achievement Winning silver in team epee at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. (Instagram profile, 03 Jul 2018; gazetakrakowska.pl, 20 May 2016)

Injuries At the beginning of 2017 he struggled with tennis elbow. (dziennikpolski24.pl, 03 Mar 2017)

Awards and honours In 2008 he was presented with the Golden Cross of Merit in Poland. (zawrotniak.com, 05 Jan 2014)

He was named the 2008 Athlete of Malopolska in Poland. (zawrotniak.com, 05 Jan 2014)

Famous relatives His wife Beata Tereba represented Poland in fencing at the 2010 European Championships in Leipzig, Germany. (sport.onet.pl, 16 May 2019; SportsDeskOnline, 09 Jul 2015)

Ambitions To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (dziennikpolski24.pl, 03 Mar 2017; gazetakrakowska.pl, 20 May 2016)

Other information COACH
In 2008 he began working as a coach at the AZS AWF Krakow club in Poland. (port.onet.pl, 16 May 2019)

He has a degree in sport management from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. (Facebook profile, 19 Jun 2018)


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