Bartosz Stabno Bartosz Stabno

Bartosz Stabno

Bartosz Stabno began his sporting journey in swimming and wrestling, but by the age of 13 he had found his true calling in canoeing. Along with multiple national medals, Stabno has represented Poland with distinction for several years on the international stage. Bartosz defines himself as an agile and adaptable athlete consistently striving to achieve his goal, a place at the the Olympic Games in Tokyo. One of his greatest achievements is participation in the World Canoeing Championships, where he finished sixth in a race where just 5 seconds separated the top 6. His most important rule - either 110% or nothing.

Achievements:

          10 th place , Senior World Championships in Duisburg 2013, K-4 1000m

          5 th place in K-1 500m and 13-th place - Milan 2015, K-1 1000m

          8 th place , World Championships - Racice 2017 K-1 1000m

          6 th place , World Championships - Portugal 2018, K-1 1000m

          Semifinal, World Champioships - Szeged 2019 , K-4 500m

          Gold medal Academic World Championships - 2014 Minsk

          Gold medal Academic World Championships - 2016

          Bronze medal European Championship – 2016

          Silver medal European Senior Championships – 2017

          Silver medal European Senior Championships - 2018

Better a small step forward than none at all.

Bartosz Stabno
Bartosz Stabno Bartosz Stabno
Bartosz Stabno Bartosz Stabno

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