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Tomasz Gollob

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Nationality  Poland
2001-2010  Vastervik (SWE)
Swedish league  Hammarby Speedway
Website  www.gollobracing.com
Name  Tomasz Gollob
Children  Victoria Gollob
1989  Wybrzeze Gdansk (POL)
Role  Motorcycle Racer
Siblings  Jacek Gollob
1998-2000  Ipswich Witches (GBR)
Polish league  GTZ Grudziadz

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Born  11 April 1971 (age 50) Bydgoszcz, Poland (1971-04-11)
1988, 1990-2003  Polonia Bydgoszcz (POL)
Similar  Jarosław Hampel, Bartosz Zmarzlik, Jacek Gollob

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Tomasz Gollob ([ˈtɔmaʂ ˈɡɔlːɔp]; born 11 April 1971 in Bydgoszcz, Poland) is a Polish motorcycle speedway rider who has appeared in every Speedway Grand Prix series since its inaugural season in 1995. His brother Jacek is also a speedway rider.

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Career summary

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Tomasz Gollob spent almost all of his career with hometown club Bydgoszcz until he moved to Unia Tarnów in 2004. He has won the Polish Individual Championship eight times (between 1992 and 2009) and the Polish Pairs Championship ten times. He has also won the Polish Grand Prix eight times in thirteen years. He clinched the Speedway World Championship in 2010 after securing the championship in Terenzano, Italy. He is only the second Pole to ever win the World Championship, following in the footsteps of Jerzy Szczakiel who won in 1973.

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Gollob also spent some time in Australia in the early-mid 1990s based at the North Arm Speedway in Adelaide. While In Australia, Gollob would race against many of his future World Championship rivals including Jason Crump, Leigh Adams, and Ryan Sullivan. Gollob is the only World Champion to win the Jack Young Solo Cup held in Adelaide each year in memory of Australia's 1951 and 1952 World Champion, Jack Young. He won the cup in 1995 at North Arm.

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Gollob was also a member of the Poland speedway team that won the World Team Cup in 1996 and the World Cup in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011.

In 2007 Gollob survived a plane crash with fellow rider Rune Holta. The plane, flown by his father Władysław, crashed on the way to a speedway meeting at Tarnów. Gollob escaped with cuts and bruises after pulling his father from the wreckage.

For his sport achievements, he received the Order of Polonia Restituta:

  • Knight's Cross (5th Class) in 2000
  • Officer's Cross (4th Class) in 2007
  • Commander's Cross (2010)
  • Individual World Championship

  • 1993 - Pocking, Rottalstadion - 7th - 8pts
  • 1994 - Vojens, Speedway Center - 16th - 0pts
  • World Pairs Championship

  • 1993 - Vojens, Speedway Center (with Piotr Świst / Piotr Baron) - 5th - 15pts (15)
  • World Team Cup

  • 1994 - Brokstedt, Holsteinring Brokstedt - 2nd - 20pts (16)
  • 1995 - Bydgoszcz, Polonia Bydgoszcz Stadium - 6th - 13pts (12)
  • 1996 - Diedenbergen, Hofheim-Diedenbergen - Winner - 27pts (15)
  • 1997 - Piła, Stadion Żużlowy Centrum - 2nd - 25pts (13)
  • 1998 - Vojens, Speedway Center - 4th - 17pts (15)
  • World Cup

  • 2001 - Wrocław, Olympic Stadium - 2nd - 65pts (27)
  • 2002 - Peterborough, East of England Showground - 4th - 48pts (17)
  • 2003 - Vojens, Speedway Center - 4th - 49pts (20)
  • 2004 - Poole, Poole Stadium - 4th - 22pts (1)
  • 2005 - Wrocław, Olympic Stadium - Winner - 62pts
  • 2007 - Leszno, Alfred Smoczyk Stadium - Winner - 55pts
  • 2008 - Vojens, Speedway Center - 2nd - 46pts
  • 2009 - Leszno, Alfred Smoczyk Stadium - Winner - 44pts
  • 2010 - Vojens, Speedway Center - Winner - 46pts
  • Individual Under-21 World Championship

  • 1992 - Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm, Speedway Stadion Pfaffenhofen - 5th - 10pts
  • Family

    Tomasz Gollob has two brothers and one sister

    References

    Tomasz Gollob Wikipedia


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