Poland national under-19 speedway team

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Poland
Flag of Poland.svg
Nickname(s)Biało-czerwoni
("The white and reds")
Białe Orły
("The White Eagles")
AssociationPolish Motor Union
Polski Związek Motorowy
FIM codePZM
Team manager Marek Cieślak
Team captain Maciej Janowski
European Championships
Team U-19 2
 Best resultChampion title (last time in 2010)
Individual U-19 673
 Best resultChampion title (last time in 2009)

The Poland national under-19 speedway team is the national under-19 motorcycle speedway team of Poland and is controlled by the Polish Motor Union (PZM). The team has won the Team Speedway Junior European Championship twice in 2009 and 2010. In the Individual competition was won by Poles six times: Rafał Okoniewski (1998, 1999), Łukasz Romanek (2001), Karol Ząbik (2005), Artur Mroczka (2008) and Przemysław Pawlicki (2009).

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Competition

Team Speedway Junior European Championship
YearVenuePlacePts.Riders
2008 Flag of Poland.svg Rawicz 426 Maciej Janowski (15), Dawid Lampart (7), Marcel Kajzer (2), Borys Miturski (2), Michał Łopaczewski (0)
2009 Flag of Denmark.svg Grindsted Gold medal icon.svg 40 Maciej Janowski (15), Przemysław Pawlicki (15), Dawid Lampart (7), Patryk Dudek (2), Sławomir Musielak (1)
2010 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Divišov Gold medal icon.svg 40 Maciej Janowski (15), Patryk Dudek (15), Przemysław Pawlicki (14), Patryk Gomólski (12), Łukasz Cyran (0)
Individual Speedway Junior European Championship
YearVenueMedal(s)Riders
1998 Flag of Slovenia.svg Krško Gold medal icon.svg Rafał Okoniewski (1st), Krzysztof Cegielski (4th), Mariusz Węgrzyk (7th), Sebastian Smoter (10th), Paweł Duszyński (11th), Tomasz Chrzanowski (12th)
1999 Flag of Poland.svg Gniezno Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Rafał Okoniewski (1st), Karol Malecha (2nd), Jarosław Hampel (3rd), Tomasz Chrzanowski (4th), Krzysztof Mikuta (8th), Andrzej Zieja (9th)
2000 Flag of Slovenia.svg Ljubljana Bronze medal icon.svg Zbigniew Czerwiński (3rd), Łukasz Pawlikowski (9th), Sebastian Smoter (10th), Tomasz Kwiatkowski (12th), Łukasz Stanisławski (17th), Michał Aszenberg (18th)
2001 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pardubice Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Łukasz Romanek (1st), Rafał Kurmański (2nd), Zbigniew Czerwiński (6th), Krzysztof Kasprzak (10th), Łukasz Stanisławski (12th)
2002 Flag of Latvia.svg Daugavpils Marek Cieślewicz (4th), Krzysztof Kasprzak (5th), Robert Miśkowiak (8th), Piotr Świderski (12th), Łukasz Romanek (16th)
2003 Flag of Germany.svg Pocking Silver medal icon.svg Janusz Kołodziej (2nd), Marcin Rempała (5th), Mirosław Jabłoński (6th), Paweł Hlib (11th), Krzysztof Buczkowski (12th), Adrian Miedziński (15th)
2004 Flag of Poland.svg Rybnik Silver medal icon.svg Karol Ząbik (2nd), Paweł Hlib (7th), Krzysztof Buczkowski (9th), Adrian Miedziński (13th), Mirosław Jabłoński (14th)
2005 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Mšeno Gold medal icon.svg Karol Ząbik (1st), Paweł Hlib (4th), Krzysztof Buczkowski (6th), Patryk Pawłaszczyk (13th), Marcin Jędrzejewski (18th)
2006 Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan Adrian Gomólski (4th), Marcin Jędrzejewski (8th), Mateusz Szczepaniak (11th), Sławomir Dąbrowski (14th), Sebastian Brucheiser (—)
2007 Flag of Poland.svg Częstochowa Borys Miturski (4th), Adam Kajoch (9th), Grzegorz Zengota (10th), Maciej Piaszczyński (16th)
2008 Flag of Germany.svg Stralsund Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Artur Mroczka (1st), Maciej Janowski (2nd), Dawid Lampart (11th), Marcel Kajzer (13th), Borys Miturski (14th)
2009 Flag of Poland.svg Tarnów Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Przemysław Pawlicki (1st), Maciej Janowski (2nd), Patryk Dudek (5th), Sławomir Musielak (6th), Dawid Lampart (9th), Kacper Gomólski (—)
2010 Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Przemysław Pawlicki (2nd), Patryk Dudek (3rd), Emil Pulczyński (5th), Tobiasz Musielak (8th), Łukasz Cyran (9th), Kacper Gomólski (13th), Mateusz Łukaszewski (15th)

Riders

Riders who started in the Individual Speedway Junior European Championship Finals:

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