Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Tuesday he is enthusiastic about the idea, but a bid will depend on cost estimates. Continue reading
Wladimir Klitschko retained his WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles, unanimously outpointing Poland’s Mariusz Wach on Saturday night.
The 6-foot-7 1/2 Wach was the tallest opponent Klitschko has faced in his 16-year professional career, but offered little threat against the faster Ukrainian. Continue reading
On the cusp of the heavyweight title showdown this Saturday, an examination of the recent success of Polish boxers is warranted. Continue reading
A trial of dozens of football officials and players charged with fixing Polish league games opened on Wednesday in Wroclaw.
Meanwhile, the new board of the Polish Football Association held its first session in Warsaw, amid hopes that its new president, player great Zbigniew Boniek, will herald a corruption-free era. Continue reading
A Warsaw court has ordered former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson to pay $68,000 after failing to show up at a promotional event in Poland last year, the Polish news agency PAP reported Wednesday. Continue reading
Andy Murray wasted a match point against a qualifier ranked 69th and quickly lost his composure.
Not exactly a recipe for victory.
Jerzy Janowicz of Poland rallied to stun the U.S Open and Olympic champion 5-7, 7-6 (4), 6-2 Thursday in the third round of the Paris Masters. Continue reading