Jakub Miśkowiak had a poor ending to the season. The budding world champion recorded a serious fall on the track in Glasgow, after which he retired from the UK-Poland match.

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Jacob Mikoviak

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Jacob Mikoviak fell twice on the track in Glasgow. After completing his first race, he failed to master the bike and hit the inflatable skating rink in the first turn. Then, however, there were no consequences.

The second time he competed for points, he was pulled on the first arc and faced Tom Brennan. The motorcycle was also developed by Maciej Janowski.

Soon, the organizers announced that the junior world champion is undergoing a doctor’s examination, and if everything goes well, he will be able to continue the competition. However, this did not happen, and in the third series he was replaced by Wiktor Lampart.

In the three-person cast, another race was held, in which Miśkowiak was supposed to take part. At the moment, it is not known if the Poland national team player and Eltrox Włókniarz Częstochowa have suffered more serious injuries.

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