Polish Athletic Association

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The Polish Athletic Association (Polish: Polski Związek Lekkiej AtletykiPZLA) is the governing body for the sport of athletics in Poland. Current president is Henryk Olszewski.

Polski Związek Lekkiej Atletyki
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SportAthletics
JurisdictionAssociation
AbbreviationPZLA
Founded11 October 1919 (11 October 1919)
AffiliationWorld Athletics
Affiliation date1921 (1921)
Regional affiliationEAA
HeadquartersWarsaw
PresidentHenryk Olszewski
SecretaryPiotr Długosielski
Official website
www.pzla.pl
Poland

HistoryEdit

PZLA was founded in 1919 and was affiliated to the IAAF in 1921.[1]

Former presidents:

AffiliationsEdit

PZLA is the national member federation for Poland in the following international organisations:

National recordsEdit

PZLA maintains the Polish records in athletics.

Kit suppliersEdit

Poland's kits are currently supplied by Polish sportswear company 4F.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Constitución de la IAAF - RFEA.es (PDF) (in Spanish), IAAF, p. 60, retrieved April 20, 2013

External linksEdit