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Robert Lewandowski and Iga vetiek in the elite group! A big distinction for Polish stars!

The year is drawing to a close and it is time for summaries and awards. The editors of the French newspaper L’Equipe announced their Athlete of the Year. The top 10 men were also awarded – the top ten and the women ten separately. In these elite rankings there are two Poles – Robert Lewandowski and Ija wiفيtik! L’Equipe journalists have expressed their appreciation for the Polish winner of the European Champions League and the exciting champion of the French Paris Open. Who became athlete and sportsman of the year? And where did Lewandowski and vetiek find themselves in the L’Equipe poll?

It has been a special year, as the sports struggle has been torpedoed by the coronavirus epidemic. Now is the time for summaries and rewards. According to French newspaper L’Equipe, Lewis Hamilton and Mart Olsbo Roisland deserve the 2020 Sportsman of the Year. The British became once again the world champion in Formula 1. The Norwegian women dominated the athletes ’competition. L’Équipe has awarded Champions Awards every year since 1975. This time, two Poles were on the list of the top 10 men and women. French Journalists expressed their appreciation to Robert Lewandowski and Ija vetiek. The Bayern Munich star, who won more awards and accolades after a great year, was sixth. The exciting French Open champion ranked seventh. Here are the top ten in the L’Equipe Sports Athlete and Athlete of the Year poll

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Top 10 men:

1. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Formula 1) 1866 points

2. Raphael Nadal (Spain, Tennis): 437 points

3. LeBron James (USA, Basketball): 403 points

4. Armand Duplantes (Sweden, Athletics) 379 points

5. Julian Alfilipe (France, Bicycles) 212 points

6. Robert Lewandowski (Poland, football): 206 points

7. Tadej Pogacar (Slovenia, cycling) 182 points

8. Primus Roglik (Slovenia, cycling) 88 points

9 – Joshua Chiptege (Uganda, Athletics): 70 points

10- Tyson Fury (Great Britain, boxing): 69 points

Top 10 women:

1. Mart Olsbo Ruisland (Norwegian Biathlon) 452 points

2. Naomi Osaka (Japan, tennis): 369 points

3. Federica Brignone (Italy, alpine skiing): 356 points

4. Anna van der Bregen (Netherlands, cycling) 332 points

5. Sophia Kenin (USA, Tennis) 254 points

6. Wendy Renard (France, football): 221 points

7. Iga wiتيكtik (Poland, tennis): 214 points

8. Sue Bird (USA, Basketball): 197 points

9. Dorothea Ferrer (Italy, Biathlon): 193 points

10- Letsenpet Gedi (Ethiopia, Athletics) 129 points