| Andrzej Michal Bargiel|
TKN Tatra Team
| Andrzej Bargiel|
| April 18, 1988 (age 27) (1988-04-18) |
Dariusz Zaluski, Kinga Baranowska, Artur Hajzer, Adam Bielecki, Krzysztof Wielicki
Andrzej Michał Bargiel (born April 18, 1988 in Łętownia) of the TKN Tatra Team is a Polish ski mountaineer, mountain runner and climber. Current record holder in speed to get Snow Leopard award. Current record holder Elbrus Race (in 2010, extreme route, 3:23:37). In September 2014, Bargiel set a record time climbing from base camp to the summit of Manaslu in 14 hours 5 minutes. He also set a record time for base-peak-base at 21 hours 14 minutes.
He currently lives in Zakopane.
8th, 2009 European Championship of Ski Mountaineering relay race (together with Szymon Zachwieja, Jacek Żebracki and Mariusz Wargocki)
9th, Pierra Menta (together with Peter Svätojánsky)
10th ("ISMF men" ranking), Patrouille des Glaciers together with Jacek Żylka-Żebracki and Mariusz Wargocki
1th - record on Elbrus Race (Extreme route, 3:23:37)
Shishapangma central summit (from the summit on skis)
Broad Peak (from the summit on skis)
Winning the Snow Leopard award in record time - 29 days 17 hours 5 minutes from the start of the ABC July 15
Lenin Peak - July 16 (ascent from Advanced BC at the height of 4400 meters to the summit in 13 hours 30 minutes and exit from the summit on skis to ABC 2 hours)
Peak Korzhenevskaya - July 25 (ascent from Moskvina BC at the height of 4350 meters to the summit in 8 hours 40 minutes; exit from the summit on skis for the snow line and the descent to the base camp).
Ismoil Somoni Peak - August 2 (ascent from Moskvina BC at the height of 4350 meters to the summit in 14 hours 25 minutes; exit from the summit on skis for the snow line and the descent to the base camp).
Khan Tengri - August 10 (ascent from the South Inylchek BC at an altitude of 4070 meters to the summit in 8 hours 17 minutes; descent on skis from an altitude of about 6300 m)
Jengish Chokusu - August 14, 12:35 local time, descent on skis
Andrzej Bargiel Wikipedia