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Swim, Swam, Won
December 19, 2007   
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Polish swimmers grabbed eight medals and set eight new national records, including one world record, at the European short-course swimming championships in Debrecen, Hungary, Dec. 13-16. Poland finished sixth in the championships' overall country standings, with three gold, three silver and two bronze medals.

Paweł Korzeniowski won three medals, one gold, one silver, and one bronze. He came in first in the 400m freestyle and was second in the 200m butterfly and third in the 200m freestyle.

Otylia Jędrzejczak clocked a new world record in the 200m butterfly and took the bronze in the 100m butterfly. Mateusz Sawrymowicz took the gold in the 1,500m freestyle, beating the national record by almost 4 seconds. Katarzyna Baranowska and Aleksandra Urbańczyk also did well. Baranowska won a silver in the 200m medley and Urbańczyk came in second in the 100m medley.

In the previous European short-course swimming championships in Helsinki, Finland, last December, Polish swimmers won 12 medals, including three golds.
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