Jacek Gollob

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Jacek Gollob
Jacek gollob.jpg
Born (1969-10-27) 27 October 1969 (age 51)
Bydgoszcz, Poland
NationalityFlag of Poland.svg  Poland
Website www.gollobracing.com
Current club information
Polish league Stal Gorzów Wielkopolski
Career history
1990-1998, 2002-2003, 2008 Bydgoszcz (POL)
1999-2001 Piła (POL)
2004-2007 Tarnów (POL)
2009 Gorzów Wlkp.
Individual honours
1998, 2000 Polish Champion
1996, 1998 Polish Golden Helmet Winner
Team honours
7 titles (lately in 2002) Polish Pairs Champion
7 titles (lately in 2005) Polish Team Champion

Jacek Gollob (born 27 October 1969 in Bydgoszcz, Poland) is a Polish motorcycle speedway rider who has twice won the individual Polish Championship (in 1998 and 2000), and has also won the team and pairs championships several times. [1]

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For his sport achievements, he received:
POL Zloty Krzyz Zaslugi BAR.svg Golden Cross of Merit in 2000.

His younger brother Tomasz is also a speedway rider. [2]

Speedway Grand Prix results

1998 Speedway Grand Prix Final Championship standings
(Riding No 24)
Race no.Grand PrixPos.Pts.HeatsDraw No
6 /6 Flag of Poland.svg Polish SGP 184(2,0,1)24
1999 Speedway Grand Prix Final Championship standings
(Riding No 23)
Race no.Grand PrixPos.Pts.HeatsDraw No
5 /6 Flag of Poland.svg Polish II SGP 712(1,3,3) (2,0,2) +0 +123
 permanent speedway rider
  wild card, track reserve or qualified reserve
 rider not classified (track reserve who did not start)

Career

Speedway World Team Cup

European Club Champions' Cup

Individual Polish Championship

Polish Pairs Championship

Team Polish Championship

Golden Helmet (Poland)

See also

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References

  1. "Jacek Gollob podpisał kontrakt w Gorzowie!", Gazeta Lubuska , 3 February 2009, retrieved 7 November 2010
  2. "Ludzie: Jaceb Gollob", Gazeta Wyborzca, 2 April 1999, retrieved 7 November 2010