3 March 1989 |
|Current club information|
|British league||Leicester Lions|
|Polish league||Start Gniezno (1st League)|
|2009–2010||King's Lynn Stars|
|2011–2012||Belle Vue Aces|
|2012, 2013||Leicester Lions|
|2008||U-19 European Champion|
|2009||Premier League Knockout Cup|
In 2009 he rode in the Premier League in the UK, averaging over six points per match for treble-winning King's Lynn Stars, staying with them in 2010 (averaging over 7 that season) and also riding in the Elite League for Peterborough Panthers. He left British speedway in June 2010 for personal reasons, returning in 2011 with Berwick Bandits in the Premier League and Belle Vue Aces in the Elite League.
He reached the Swedish individual final in 2010.
- Individual U-21 World Championship
- Team U-21 World Championship (Under-21 World Cup)
- Individual U-19 European Championship
- Team U-19 European Championship
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