Agnieszka Jerzyk is a polish professional triathete. Her first start in a triathlon race was in 2005, and from this moment on, she put her heart into triathlon. The foundation for her successful path, in the dicipline, was passionate training, since she was seven years old. She began with swimming and after a few years switched to running.
Duathlon was first-touch experiance, with international sport events. Agnieszka Jerzyk immediately showed her character, resulting in 2nd place Junior World Championship Gyor 2006, as well as, 1st World Championship U23 in Rimini 2008. First starts with the world triathlon competitors gave her motivation and courage to spread the wings to win first polish history gold medal U23 in Beijing 2011.
She is determined to try out new distances and came out that her first 70.3 Lanzarote in Septemper 2013 was triumphant. This year start in Yokohama in ITU World Triathlon Series showed that her potential is tremendous. Taking part in Olympics 2012 was her dream, and 25th position at finish line, there was more than one time success for Agnieszka Jerzyk. Number 1 on a polish triathlon stage Agnieszka Jerzyk is unstoppable force heading to Olimpics in Rio De Janeiro 2016.
The most important points I was able to collect in the hardest spot on earth, in Huatulco World Cup . I am so pleased that for the first WC time I stood on a second podium step in Mexico. The conditions are the toughest in the world, so you never know what can expect you.[…]
The last month of qualification period will terminate soon, and there is only few chances to collect the points to Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. One of them is a challenging start in chinese Chengdu. The climate here always takes it toll on every competitor. Humidity and high temperatures are really extreme. Nevertheless, I am[…]