UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Pruszków
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With almost 400 racers from around the world, including champions from Poland
Adrian Tekliński (left) with Radio Poland's Danuta Isler
The event, which began on February 27 and runs until Sunday, March 3, is being held in Poland for the second time. Competitors include top Polish track cyclists such as Szymon Sajnok, current world champion in the omnium category; Bartosz Rudyk, ranked no. 4 in the UCI sprinters’ classification; Wojciech Pszczolarski, bronze medallist at the 2017 Hong Kong World Cup as well as Adrian Tekliński, who won gold in the men's scratch race at the same event. Among women competitors, 21-year-old Justyna Kaczkowska, who is third in the UCI classification, has been touted as one of the favourites. Danuta Isler is talking to Adrian Tekliński.