Martyna Bierońska

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Martyna Bierońska
Personal information
Full nameMartyna Ewelina Bierońska
National teamPoland
Born (1984-11-08) November 8, 1984 (age 35)
Kielce,[1] Poland
Sport
SportFighting Ju-jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu (Ne-waza), Duo Ju-jitsu, Judo
Weight class-55 kg
ClubEnergetyk Jaworzno (first club)
KS. Budowlani Sosnowiec
Coached byMarian Jasiński
Updated on 30 November 2019.

Martyna Ewelina Bierońska (born 8 November 1984) is a Polish martial artist who reprezented her native country Poland in sport jujitsu. She grew up in small village Staniowice near Kielce. After finishing high school she moved to Katowice to study at university. As freshman 19 years old she chose judo as sport for physical education class. After year of practising judo her coach recommended her to sport jujitsu club Energetyk Jaworzno as partner for Ryszard Matuszczyk in pair discipline Duo System.[2] In 2007 she became member of polish sport jujitsu team in second discipline Fighting System and since 2011 she combined Fighting System with discipline Ne-waza (Brazilian jiu-jitsu). She was training in Klub Sportowy Budowlani in Sosnowiec under coach Marian Jasiński.[3] She is three times individual world champion2015, 2016, 2017 in discipline Fighting System, category -55 kg and also world champion in ne-waza from 2011.

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