Synonyms for ewelina_ptak or Related words with ewelina_ptak

marta_jeschke              marika_popowicz              weronika_wedler              justyna_święty              daria_korczyńska              patrycja_wyciszkiewicz              lina_grinčikaitė              nataliya_pyhyda              denisa_rosolová              zuzanna_radecka              nataliya_pohrebnyak              daria_onyśko              andreea_ograzeanu              kristina_žumer              jitka_bartoničková              małgorzata_hołub              sonata_tamošaitytė              irina_krakoviak              ewelina_sętowska              antonina_yefremova              anna_kiełbasińska              monika_bejnar              eglė_balčiūnaitė              grażyna_prokopek              inna_eftimova              anna_jesień              olesya_povh              karolina_kołeczek              alina_talay              sabina_veit              marina_tomić              alenka_bikar              johanna_manninen              dryk              lucie_škrobáková              lucia_klocová              verena_sailer              petya_pendareva              vania_stambolova              olha_lyakhova              olha_zemlyak              alina_lohvynenko              kseniya_zadorina              natallia_safronnikava              šerkšnienė              angela_moroşanu              lidia_chojecka              jana_velďáková              mariya_ryemyen              hana_benešová             



Examples of "ewelina_ptak"
Ewelina Ptak née Klocek (born 20 March 1987) is a Polish track and field sprint athlete.
Gorzkowska received her first senior medal at the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships. Teaming up again with Hołub and Święty and joined by Ewelina Ptak, the Polish quartet held off a challenge from Romania to take the silver medals behind the host nation, the United States.
As a competitor for Olimpia Poznań, Ceglarek won the gold medal in the 2005 European Athletics Junior Championships in Kaunas in 2005, where the Polish 4 x 100 m relay team consisting of Agnieszka Ceglarek, Marika Popowicz, Marta Jeschke, and Iwona Brzezińska took first place. She also won the bronze medal in the 2007 European Athletics Junior Championships in Hengelo in 2007, where the Polish 4 x 100 m relay team of Martyna Książek, Marika Popowicz, Agnieszka Ceglarek, and Weronika Wedler took third place. Ceglarek is also the runner up for the 4 x 100 m relay in the 2009 European Athletics U23 Championships in Kaunas in 2009, where the Polish team of Agnieszka Ceglarek, Marika Popowicz, Ewelina Ptak, and Weronika Wedler took second place with a time of 43.90 s.
The favorites and home team, USA, pulled no punches, strategically placing their fastest starter, Natasha Hastings on the lead leg. As planned, she took the lead at the break, holding off a feisty Romanian, Adelina Pastor around the third turn. Long striding Jamaican lead runner Patricia Hall found herself walled off. Down the backstretch she tangled legs, possibly with Poland's Ewelina Ptak and Nigeria's Margaret Bamgbose behind her. Suddenly Hall was down on her face, hard. The race was running away from her. With their closest competitors out of the race, the USA had no one near them and no traffic. They extended their lead with each leg, setting a new national record with an easy victory. Behind them was a close battle for the other medals, Romania holding the early lead with Nigeria's Regina George and Poland's Małgorzata Hołub edging ahead of Elena Mirela Lavric at the end of the second leg. Magdalena Gorzkowska took the lead for Poland at the second handoff and they never relinquished it. On the final lap Bianca Razor ran down Ada Benjamin to take the bronze for Romania. The Polish and Romanian teams were elated with their unexpected medals.