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Polish Sportspersonality of the year

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Polish Sportspersonality of the year

The Polish Sportspersonality of the Year is chosen annually since 1926 by the readers of the newspaper Przegląd Sportowy. Record holders are track and field athletes Irena Szewińska and Stanisława Walasiewicz, ski jumper Adam Małysz and cross country skier Justyna Kowalczyk - four times each.

Polish Sportspersonality of the Year

POLISH SPORTSPERSONALITY OF THE YEAR
YEAR ATHLETE SPORT
1926 Wacław Kuchar track and field, football, ice hockey
1927 Halina Konopacka track and field
1928 Halina Konopacka track and field
1929 Stanisław Petkiewicz track and field
1930 Stanisława Walasiewicz track and field
1931 Janusz Kusociński track and field
1932 Stanisława Walasiewicz track and field
1933 Stanisława Walasiewicz track and field
1934 Stanisława Walasiewicz track and field
1935 Roger Verey rowing
1936 Jadwiga Jędrzejowska tennis
1937 Jadwiga Jędrzejowska tennis
1938 Stanisław Marusarz ski jumping
1939 to 1947 — NO AWARD REWARDED DUE TO WORLD WAR II
1948 Aleksy Antkiewicz boxing
1949 Zdobysław Stawczyk track and field
1950 Helena Rakoczy gymnastics
1951 Zygmunt Chychła boxing
1952 Zygmunt Chychła boxing
1953 — NO AWARD REWARDED
1954 Janusz Sidło track and field
1955 Janusz Sidło track and field
1956 Elżbieta Krzesińska track and field
1957 Jerzy Pawłowski fencing
1958 Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak track and field
1959 Edmund Piątkowski track and field
1960 Jozef Schmidt track and field
1961 Ireneusz Paliński weightlifting
1962 Teresa Ciepły track and field
1963 Ryszard Parulski fencing
1964 Jozef Schmidt track and field
1965 Irena Kirszenstein track and field
1966 Irena Kirszenstein track and field
1967 Sobiesław Zasada auto racing
1968 Jerzy Pawłowski fencing
1969 Waldemar Baszanowski weightlifting
1970 Teresa Sukniewicz track and field
1971 Ryszard Szurkowski road cycling
1972 Witold Woyda fencing
1973 Ryszard Szurkowski road cycling
1974 Irena Szewińska track and field
1975 Zygmunt Smalcerz weightlifting
1976 Irena Szewińska track and field
1977 Janusz Pyciak-Peciak pentathlon
1978 Józef Łuszczek cross country skiing
1979 Jan Jankiewicz road cycling
1980 Władysław Kozakiewicz track and field
1981 Janusz Pyciak-Peciak pentathlon
1982 Zbigniew Boniek football (soccer)
1983 Zdzisław Hoffmann track and field
1984 Andrzej Grubba table tennis
1985 Lech Piasecki road cycling
1986 Andrzej Malina wrestling
1987 Marek Łbik and Marek Dopierała canoeing
1988 Waldemar Legień judo
1989 Joachim Halupczok road cycling
1990 Wanda Panfil track and field
1991 Wanda Panfil track and field
1992 Waldemar Legień judo
1993 Rafał Kubacki judo
1994 Andrzej Wroński wrestling
1995 Paweł Nastula judo
1996 Renata Mauer shooting
1997 Paweł Nastula judo
1998 Robert Korzeniowski track and field
1999 Tomasz Gollob motorcycle speedway
2000 Robert Korzeniowski track and field
2001 Adam Małysz ski jumping
2002 Adam Małysz ski jumping
2003 Adam Małysz ski jumping
2004 Otylia Jędrzejczak swimming
2005 Otylia Jędrzejczak swimming
2006 Otylia Jędrzejczak swimming
2007 Adam Małysz ski jumping
2008 Robert Kubica Formula 1
2009 Justyna Kowalczyk cross-country skiing
2010 Justyna Kowalczyk cross-country skiing
2011 Justyna Kowalczyk cross-country skiing
2012 Justyna Kowalczyk cross-country skiing
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