Krystyna Zabawska

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Krystyna Danilczyk-Zabawska
Krystyna Danilczyk-Zabawska

Krystyna Danilczyk-Zabawska (born 14 January 1968) is a former Polish shot putter.

She was born as Krystyna Danilczyk in Kopczany near Dąbrowa Białostocka. She lives in Białystok. Her husband and former coach is Przemysław Zabawski, also a former shot putter. Their daughter, Daria Zabawska, competes in the discus throw.

Her personal best throw is 19.42 metres, achieved in July 1992 in Lyon.

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  Poland
1991 World Indoor Championships Seville, Spain 11th 16.04 m
World Championships Tokyo, Japan 12th 17.59 m
1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain 10th 18.29 m
1993 World Championships Stuttgart, Germany 13th (q) 18.62 m
1994 European Indoor Championships Paris, France 6th 18.57 m
European Championships Helsinki, Finland 9th 17.50 m
1997 World Indoor Championships Paris, France 9th 18.18 m
World Championships Athens, Greece 8th 17.83 m
1998 European Indoor Championships Valencia, Spain 4th 18.81 m
European Championships Budapest, Hungary 11th 17.69 m
1999 World Indoor Championships Maebashi, Japan 2nd 19.00 m
World Championships Seville, Spain 8th 18.12 m
2000 European Indoor Championships Ghent, Belgium 5th 18.88 m
Olympic Games Sydney, Australia 5th 19.18 m
2001 World Indoor Championships Lisbon, Portugal 8th 18.12 m
World Championships Edmonton, Canada 10th 18.50 m
Goodwill Games Brisbane, Australia 3rd 18.23 m
2002 European Championships Munich, Germany 7th 18.63 m
2003 World Championships Paris, France 6th 18.62 m
World Athletics Final Szombathely, Hungary 8th 17.85 m
2004 World Indoor Championships Budapest, Hungary 4th 19.00 m
Olympic Games Olympia, Greece 5th 18.64 m
World Athletics Final Monte Carlo, Monaco 2nd 18.27 m
2005 European Indoor Championships Madrid, Spain 2nd 18.96 m
2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia 10th (q) 17.53 m
European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 8th 17.99 m
World Cup Athens, Greece 7th 17.74 m
2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China NM

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