|Women's road bicycle racing|
|2012 London||Women's road time trial C4|
|2012 London||Women's road race C4-5|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||Women's road time trial C5|
|Women's track cycling|
|2012 London||Individual pursuit C5|
|UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships|
|2016 Montichiari||Women's scratch C4-C5|
|2016 Montichiari||Women's individual pursuit C5|
Anna Harkowska (Polish pronunciation: [ˈanːa xarˈkɔfska]; born 20 March 1980 in Świnoujście) is a Polish cyclist. At the age of 14 Harkowska won two Gold medal in the 1992 Barcelona Paralympics as a swimmer, however an ear infection left unable to continue. She later trained in running and took up a triathlon, and eventually concentrating on cycling. In May 2002, she was hit by a car in Szczecin; she suffered 26 fractures in her legs and nearly lost her left leg. She returned to professional cycling after several surgeries and months of rehabilitation. In 2012, Harkowska participated in the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, where she won three silver medals.
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