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Jakub Jarosz - Poland’s Big Name


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As a child, though, the man from Nysa, a town located in the vicinity of the Polish-Slovakian border, seemed to have chosen the wrong sport in the beginning – until he found out the “truth” about swimming. “Swim training was not really my kind of training. We had to get up before 7 o’clock in the morning and jump into the cold water to swim lane after lane”, he remembers. Not really the right thing for someone who describes himself as “sleepyhead who likes to stay in bed until late in the morning”.

In addition, volleyball is the sport that is in a way genetically anchored in his family: already his grandfather and father Maciej were volleyball players. The latter even won Olympic gold in 1980 in Moscow, at a time when Poland dominated the sport. "I am proud that my last name is Jarosz but at the same time it is a burden", says the 1.96m tall Jakub.

So far Jakub Jarosz lived up casino online poland to his renowned name. Two years ago he attracted the public’s attention for the first time in Poland’s national team, which has re-established itself as one of the leading teams in Europe in the new millennium. At the European Championship in Turkey the then 22-year-old delivered an impressive performance. “I am happy to play such an important tournament at such a young age”, Jakub Jarosz said back then a little awestruck. By now, he has matured and become one of the six players in Poland’s starting line-up. And he intends to repeat the success of 2009 in the upcoming CEV European Championship: “This has been the most important day in my life so far“, he said about defeating the team of France in the final of the European Championship in Turkey.

Currently, Jakub Jarozs plays in the ranks of Poland’s vice-champion ZAKSA Kedzierzyn-Kozle and is the predominant scorer in the team. One of his team mates is Slovenia’s star Tine Urnaut who will be one of Austria’s opponents in the EuroVolley 2011. In the past season Jarosz and his team closely missed two titles: in the Polish league – which is one of the top-three leagues of Europe together with the leagues of Russia and Italy - Kedzierzyn was defeated in the final by Belchatow, while in the CEV Cup competition they had to accept a defeat in the final against Italy’s Sisley Treviso led by Alessandro Fei.