News from the Polish National Olympic Committee

01 Feb 2021

Find here the latest news from the National Olympic Committee: events, courses, general assemblies and elections, trophies and much more.

01 February 2021

Family Archive Zabłocki

Wojciech Zabłocki (photo), an outstanding Polish fencer and architect, four-time Olympian, three-time Olympic medallist in the sabre team (two silvers, one bronze), died at the age of 90, on 5 December 2020. For Geraint John, “the world has lost an architect of unique abilities. He was a ‘Renaissance’ man, who was gifted with many talents: a sportsman who achieved the highest results in his chosen sport, a writer of ability and a distinguished architect. Wojciech was also awarded the Pierre de Coubertin Medal by the IOC. During his architectural career, he designed many sports facilities, including projects in Latakia, Katowice, and Konin. He was the designer of the Academy of Physical Education and the National Velodrome, both in Warsaw. He was also a member of the International Union of Architects (UIA) Sports and Leisure Programme and was made a Member of Honour”. More info here at the Polish Olympic Committee website.

08 April 2019

NOC of Cyprus

The NOCs of Cyprus and Poland have renewed their Memorandum of Understanding for another four years. The agreement was signed at the Olympic House in Nicosia (Cyprus) by the presidents of the two NOCs, Dinos Michaelides (left in photo) and Andrzej Kraśnicki (right), with the Polish Ambassador to Cyprus, Irena Lichnerowicz-Augustyn, also in attendance. The MoU covers exchanges of athletes and specialists in sport and Olympic education, and encourages athletes to participate in sports events held in the two countries. The Polish delegation’s visit also included a meeting with the Cypriot Minister for Education, Culture, Sport and Youth, Kostas Champiaouris, a tour of the Cyprus Olympic Museum and an extraordinary meeting with the Executive Committee of the Cyprus NOC. More info on

24 September 2018


At the Polish NOC headquarters, a partnership agreement was signed between the Polish and Spanish NOCs. The two NOC Presidents – Andrzej Krasnicki (right) and Alejandro Blanco (left) – signed the document whose main objective is to explore new assistance in the fields of sport, training, management, values, solidarity and marketing. Also in place are agreements with national sports federations, so that athletes, coaches, referees and judges can take part in training camps and practical and theory sessions with the best professionals in each area. More info at and

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