Tomasz Majewski is a Polish shot putter and a double Olympic gold medalist. He is the third shot putter to successfully defend the Olympic title, first European to do so, and the first since Parry O'Brien in 1956.
Adrian Edward Zieliński is a Polish weightlifter. Golden medalist at the 2010 World Championships in Antalya, Turkey with a 383kg total. He won the gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the men's 85 kg category with a total of 385 kg.
Sylwia Bogacka is a female Polish sports shooter. She first competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics. Four years later, she reached the final of the 10 meter air rifle in 2008, placing eighth. She placed first in the qualifying of women's 10 meter air rifle at the 2012 Summer Olympics, before winning the silver medal in the final. Bogacka then finished fourth in the Women's 50 meter rifle three positions with a score of 681.9.
Anita Włodarczyk is a Polish hammer thrower and a former world record holder with 78.30 m. Włodarczyk won her first national U23 championships in 2007, and went on to compete in the 2007 European Athletics U23 Championships, although she did not progress beyond the qualifying round. She finished sixth in the hammer throw competition at the 2008 Olympic Games. Włodarczyk qualified for the 2008 World Athletics Final and won a bronze medal. The following year, she took part in the 2009 European Team Championships, winning her first gold medal at a major international competition. Włodarczyk achieved a personal best throw of 76.20 metres, achieved in 30 May 2009 in Biała Podlaska, beating her previous record by 81 cm and improve 76.59 m in Golden Spike Ostrava. Prior to the 2009 World Championships in Athletics, she produced a national record-breaking performance in Cottbus, winning the competition with a world-leading 77.20 m throw. This was fourth longest throw by a woman in hammer throw. On 22 August 2009 during the World Championships in Athletics in Berlin, Germany Włodarczyk set a world record with a throw of 77.96 metres (255 ft 9 in). Her season ended prematurely when she twisted her left ankle during her celebration. She recovered and returned to competition with a performance at the Meeting Grand Prix IAAF de Dakar in April 2010 and she easily won her event with a throw of 75.13 m. In excellent form, she then proceeded to break her existing world record with a 78.30 m hammer throw at the Enea Cup in Bydgoszcz on 6 June 2010. She won the bronze at the 2010 European Athletics Championships and was ranked second overall for the season in the IAAF Hammer Throw Challenge, finishing behind Betty Heidler. She finished outside of the medals at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, coming fifth overall. At the start of her 2012 season, she came third at the Ostrava Golden Spike and runner-up at the Prefontaine Classic.
Przemysław Miarczyński is a Polish sailor. Miarczyński competed already at top-level when he was a teenager, becoming multiple medal winner in Junior and youth World Championships. During the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney he finished in eighth position on mistral. In 2001 he won a silver medal at the Junior and Senior World Championships. He became World Champion in 2003 and finished in fifth position during the 2004 Summer Olympics. In the Olympic season he also became European Champion and a World Champion runner-up. Miarczyński won the bronze medal at the 2006 RS:X World Championships. He finished only one point behind world champion Casper Bouman and Tom Ashley who had as much points as Bouman. The gap between Miarczyński and fourth placed Joeri van Dijk was 24 points.