Lukasz Radosz has truly become a leader of the Polish team pushing Poland up in the medal standings of each IFMA tournamet. There are a number of notable victories and results making Lukasz one of the top IFMA athletes and this year he will be one of the favourites for the world’s gold in Bangkok.

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Lukasz Radosz Heads to Bangkok for His Second Gold 

Lukasz Radosz has truly become a leader of the Polish team pushing Poland up in the medal standings of each IFMA tournamet. There are a number of notable victories and results making Lukasz one of the top IFMA athletes and this year he will be one of the favourites for the world’s gold in Bangkok.

2018 was truly a triumphant year for Lukasz when he won the FISU University World Championships in Pattaya, Thailand. His amazing performance did not pass unnoticed by the referee and public and the Best Athlete Award was duly presented to the Polish heavy weight. 

Lukasz added another gold to his collection in Mexico winning the final against a very experienced and skilled Armen Petrosyan bringing the only medal for his country. And even Armen did not make the Russian team this time there will be many top fighters doubting Lukasz dominance in the 86 kg. Belaurs Yauheni Vauchok will want to prove himself for the Mexican underperformance, Ukrainian Anatolii Sukhanov who just added a European WMC Champion this year and many more will be ou there to fight for the gold of the World Championships 2019. 

Being the current World Champion Lukasz will definitely be most watched athlete if the 86 kg division, and Poland will definitely count on his success this time again.

 

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