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Piotr Rysiukiewicz


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Updated: 2017-03-06T19:08Z
Piotr Rysiukiewicz
Piotr Rysiukiewicz.jpg
Rysiukiewicz in 2007
Personal information
NationalityPoland
Born(1974-07-14) 14 July 1974 (age 42)
Świebodzin, Poland
Sport
Sportsprinting

Piotr Grzegorz Rysiukiewicz (born July 14, 1974 in Świebodzin, Lubuskie) is a retired Polish sprinter who won various medals for the Polish 4 x 400 metres relay during its greatest years in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He would usually run the first leg of competitions.

He is an older brother of another sprinter, Agnieszka Rysiukiewicz.

Competition record

YearCompetitionVenuePositionEventNotes
Representing  Poland
1992World Junior ChampionshipsSeoul, South Korea4th4×400m relay3:07.01
1993European Junior ChampionshipsSan Sebastián, Spain6th400 m47.63
3rd4x400 m relay3:08.75
1994European ChampionshipsHelsinki, Finland6th4x400m relay3:04.22
1995World ChampionshipsGothenburg, Sweden5th4x400 m relay3:03.84
UniversiadeFukuoka, Japan11th (sf)400 m46.49
6th4x400 m relay3:05.08
1996Olympic GamesAtlanta, United States28th (qf)400 m46.19
6th4x400 m relay3:00.96
1997World ChampionshipsAthens, Greece3rd4x400 m relay3:00.26
1998Goodwill GamesUniondale, United States2nd4x400 m relay2:58.00 (NR)
European ChampionshipsBudapest, Hungary2nd4x400 m relay2:58.88
1999World Indoor ChampionshipsMaebashi, Japan2nd4x400 m relay3:03.01 (iAR)
World ChampionshipsSeville, Spain14th (qf)400 m45.541
2000Olympic GamesSydney, Australia50th (h)400 m46.67
6th4x400 m relay3:03.22
2001World Indoor ChampionshipsLisbon, Portugal13th (h)400 m47.19
1st4x400 m relay3:04.47
World ChampionshipsEdmonton, Canada13th (sf)400 m46.12
3rd4x400 m relay2:59.71
2002European Indoor ChampionshipsVienna, Austria4th400 m46.32
1st4x400 m relay3:05.50
European ChampionshipsMunich, Germany12th (sf)400 m46.15
2nd (h)4x400 m relay3:03.112
2003World Indoor ChampionshipsBirmingham, United Kingdom3rd [1]4x400 m relay[2]3:06.61
2004Olympic GamesAthens, Greece10th (h)4x400 m relay3:03.69
2005European Indoor ChampionshipsMadrid, Spain4x400 m relayDQ
World ChampionshipsHelsinki, Finland5th4x400 m relay3:00.58
2006European ChampionshipsGothenburg, Sweden3rd4x400 m relay3:01.73

1 Did not finish in the semifinals

2 Disqualified in the final

Personal bests

Outdoor

Indoor

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