Sebastian Ułamek

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Sebastian Ułamek
Sebastian Ulamek.JPG
Born (1975-11-20) 20 November 1975 (age 43)
Częstochowa, Poland
NationalityPoland Poland
Websitewww.ulamek.pl
Current club information
British leagueLeicester Lions
Polish leagueWłókniarz Częstochowa
Swedish leagueVästervik
Career history
1992-1998, 2003-Włókniarz Częstochowa (POL)
1998-2001Team Svelux (SWE)
1999-2000Wybrzeże Gdańsk (POL)
2000Wolverhampton Wolves
2001WTS Wrocław (POL)
2002King's Lynn Stars
2002Unia Leszno (POL)
2002-2003Luxo Stars (SWE)
2003-2004Oxford Cheetahs
2005Coventry Bees
2005Teterow (GER)
2005Okytabrsky (RUS)
2005-2007Västervik Speedway (SWE)
2006–2007Swindon Robins
2008-Lejonen (SWE)
2012Birmingham Brummies
2013Lakeside Hammers
2016Leicester Lions
Speedway Grand Prix statistics
2009 Number14
Starts18[1]
Individual honours
2001Continental Champion
Team honours
2006European Pairs Champion
2004European Club Champions' Cup Winner
2006Polish Pairs Championship

Sebastian Ułamek (born 20 November 1975) is a Polish speedway rider. He is a former Speedway Grand Prix rider and won the European Pairs Championship in 2006.

Born in Częstochowa, Poland, Sebastian Ułamek and his wife, Marzena (wedding in 2000), have two children, a son, Dawid (b. November 2004) and a daughter, Natalia (b. 2008-09-08).[2][3]

Speedway Grand Prix results[edit]

  permanent speedway rider
  wild card, track reserve or qualified reserve
  rider not classified (track reserve who did not start)

Career details[edit]

World Championships[edit]

European Championships[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Świat Żużla, No 2 (78) 2009, page 20, ISSN 1429-3285
  2. ^ "Ułamek ponownie ojcem". SportoweFakty.pl. 2008-09-08. Retrieved 2008-09-09.
  3. ^ ulamek.pl - Retrieved on 2008-09-09.

External links[edit]

2011 Speedway Grand Prix riders
1 Poland Gollob 2 Poland Hampel 3 Australia Crump 4 Poland Holta 5 United States Hancock
6 United Kingdom Harris 7 Denmark Bjerre 8 Australia Holder 9 Sweden Jonsson 10 Denmark Pedersen
11 Sweden Lindgren 12 Russia Sayfutdinov 13 Russia Laguta 14 Sweden Lindbäck 15 Poland Kołodziej