|European Indoor Championships|
|1967 Prague||4 x 300 m relay|
|1969 Belgrade||Medley relay|
He was born in Warsaw and represented the club Legia Warszawa. At the 1967 European Indoor Games he won a silver medal in the 4 x 300 metres relay, which he ran together with Tadeusz Jaworski, Jan Balachowski and Edmund Borowski. At the 1968 Olympic Games he reached heat two of the 200 metres. In the 4 x 100 metres relay he finished eighth in the final together with Wiesław Maniak, Zenon Nowosz and Marian Dudziak. At the 1969 European Indoor Games he won a gold medal in the relay, where Poland was the only competing team. The teammates were Andrzej Badeński, Henryk Szordykowski and Jan Radomski.
He became Polish 200 metres champion in 1968.
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