Start Gniezno

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Start Gniezno
Club information
Track addressul. Wrzesińska 25
Gniezno
Country Poland
Founded1952
2004 (refounded)
2016 (refounded)
Team manager Flag of Poland.svg Lech Kędziora
League First League
Website Official website
Club facts
ColoursRed and Black
Track size348 metres (381 yd)
Track record time61.98
Track record date2011-10-09
Track record holder Flag of Australia (converted).svg Darcy Ward

Start Gniezno is a Polish motorcycle speedway team based in Gniezno who currently race in First League (2nd division). The club was initially part the multi-sports club with the prefix SKS, before disbanding and being reformed as (Towarzystwo Żużlowe; Polish : Speedway Association) in 2004 as an independent club and after another bankruptcy reformed once again under the prefix GTM (Gnieźnieńskie Towarzystwo Motorowe; Polish : Gniezno Speedway Association).

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Management

Chairman: Flag of Poland.svg Arkadiusz Rusiecki

Squads

2012 Squad

Seniors:

Under-21 Juniors:

Coach:

Manager:

Honours

CompetitionsTotalGolden medalsSilver medalsBronze medals
TotalYearsTotalYearsTotalYears
Team (DMP)
(since 1948)
111980
Team U-21 (MDMP)
(since 1978)
111980
Pairs (MPPK)
(since 1974)
41199631979, 1980, 1998
Pairs U-21 (MMPPK)
(1980 U-23; since 1983)
421990, 199821987, 1999
Individual (IMP)
(since 1948)
112002
Individual U-21 (MIMP)
(since 1967)
321982, 198811975
Total Polish Championship medals: 14Gold: 0Silver: 6Bronze: 8
CompetitionsTotalI placeII placeIII place
TotalYearsTotalYearsTotal Years
European Club (KPE)
(since 1998)
0
Team Cup (DPP)
(?)
0
Golden Helmet (ZK)
(since 1961)
321980, 199911990
Silver Helmet U-21 (SK)
(since 1966)
441975, 1998, 2006, 2007
Bronze Helmet U-19 (BK)
(1976-81; since 1983)
321981, 199711998


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