Justyna Kowalczyk Career History, Profession, Student life, BIO, Victories and Achievements Information

Justyna Kowalczyk was Born on 19 January 1983. Justyna Kowalczyk is a Polish crosscountry skier who has been contending since 2000. Kowalczyk is a twofold Olympic Champion and a twofold World Champion. She is likewise the main skier who won the Tour de Ski four circumstances in succession and one of two female skiers, who won the FIS Cross-Country World Cup three circumstances consecutively (the other one being Finn Marjo Matikainen). Justyna Kowalczyk holds the unequaled record for the most wins in Tour de Ski with 14 rivalries won and 29 platform altogether. She likewise won the Vasaloppet ladies’ release in 2015.

Justyna Kowalczyk

She is an individual from crosscountry ski branch of AZS AWF Katowice and is trained by Aleksander Wierietielny.

Justyna Kowalczyk Vocation

Justyna Kowalczyk commends the gold decoration in the ladies’ 30 km traditional occasion at the 2010 Olympics.

Justyna Kowalczyk completed second in the individual sprint at the 2002 World Junior Championships. She completed 31st in the individual sprint occasion at the 2003 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships. As of late in Canmore, Canada, on 22 January 2008, Justyna Kowalczyk won the race for her second World Cup triumph. She followed in Canmore with two more bronze awards in a similar World Cup occasion. Kowalczyk was third in the 2007 World Cup. She has likewise won thirty individual occasions at different separations and levels since 2001.

At the 2009 big showdowns in Liberec, Kowalczyk won two gold awards, one in the ladies’ interest (7.5 km established + 7.5 km free procedure), and another in the 30 km mass begin. She likewise secured a bronze decoration in the 10 km established occasion.

Justyna Kowalczyk won the general 2008–09 Cross-Country Skiing World Cup. On 24 March 2009, Kowalczyk was granted the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

On 27 February 2010, Justyna Kowalczyk beat Norway’s Marit Bjørgen by 0.3 seconds to win the gold decoration in the ladies’ 30 km established occasion in the 2010 Winter Olympics. She posted a period of 60 minutes, 30 minutes, 33.7 seconds. She earned two more decorations in Vancouver, taking silver behind Bjørgen in the individual sprint great on February 17, 2010, and bronze in the 15 km interest on February 19, 2010.

Justyna Kowalczyk won the 10 km traditional race in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi on a broken foot. She didn’t complete 30 km free-form race.

On February 22, 2015 won bronze decoration of the World Championship 2015 in group sprint with Sylwia Jaśkowiec in Falun, Sweden.

She won the Vasaloppet ski marathon in 2015 with a period of 4:41:02.

Justyna Kowalczyk

Scholastics

Justyna Kowalczyk moved on from the Jerzy Kukuczka University of Physical Education in Katowice with a M.A. also, a Ph.D. degree in physical instruction in 2014 at the Bronisław Czech University of Physical Education in Kraków, where her paper was titled “The structure and volume of preparing burden crosscountry skiing on the foundation of the development of innovation apparatus and diverse levels of games”.

Justyna Kowalczyk

The suspension in 2005

At the 2005 World Championships, Justyna Kowalczyk contended however was in this manner excluded for taking dexamethasone at the Under23 (U23) OPA (Alpine Nations) Intercontinental Cup rivalry in Oberstdorf, Germany back on January 23, 2005. Dexamethason is a substance that is permitted Out-of-Competition yet precluded In-Competition. It goes about as a mitigating and immunosuppressant. Justyna Kowalczyk utilized the substance to reduce an Achilles ligament condition.

On 13 June 2005, the FIS Doping Panel issued a two-year suspension (23 January 2005 – 22 January 2007) for Justyna Kowalczyk. In late June 2005 FIS verified that since dexamethasone was a glucocorticosteroid, it was named a predetermined substance on the World Anti-Doping Agency rundown of denied substances, and along these lines the time of ineligibility for the principal infringement is at a greatest, one year’s ineligibility. The FIS Doping Panel in this manner diminished the suspension to one year.

Justyna Kowalczyk spoke to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) which held that Justyna Kowalczyk did not utilize Dexamethason to improve her game execution. Be that as it may, she acted carelessly, however the measure of the carelessness did not legitimize a one-year term of ineligibility. As indicated by CAS, a lessened time of ineligibility closure 8 December 2005 (the day of the hearing) gave the reasonable and proportionate measure of endorse.

CAS reprimanded the FIS Doping Panel that their choice barred any thought of Kowalczyk’s safeguard that she didn’t utilize the substance to upgrade her game execution. As indicated by CAS, Justyna Kowalczyk had unveiled and substantiated her safeguard that Dexamethason was not expected to upgrade execution. She had submitted relating restorative confirmations to the FIS Doping Panel as evidence of utilization in lightening an Achilles ligament condition. Upon Justyna Kowalczyk’s at first sight demonstrating that her utilization of the substance was for medicinal reasons, the weight of evidence moved to FIS to demonstrate the opposite.

Justyna Kowalczyk

Feedback of hostile to asthma drugs

Justyna Kowalczyk censured Marit Bjørgen and different contenders amid the Olympic Games in 2010 for utilizing hostile to asthma drugs. Bjørgen won five awards in the Olympics, three of them gold. The medication is permitted by FIS if recommended by an Olympic group doctor. Justyna Kowalczyk later apologized for the planning of her announcements, since the Games were all the while going ahead at the time. The asthma prescription Marit Bjørgen is utilizing, Symbicort, has since been expelled from WADA’s rundown of restricted substances.

Justyna Kowalczyk

Olympic results Olympic rings with white rims.svg

  Year Age 10 km
individual
 15 km
skiathlon
 30 km
mass start
 Sprint 4×5 km
relay
 Team
sprint
200623DNF8344
2010275312DSQ
20143116DNF75

World Cup victories

Season titles

SeasonDiscipline
2008–09Overall
Distance
2009–10Overall
Distance
Sprint
2010–11Overall
Distance
2012–13Overall
Distance

Justyna Kowalczyk

Race victories

  1. Estonia Otepää – January 27, 2007 – Individual (10 km) classical
  2. Canada Canmore – January 22, 2008 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit
  3. Canada Whistler – January 17, 2009 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit
  4. Estonia Otepää – January 24, 2009 – Individual (10 km) classical
  5. Italy Valdidentro – February 14, 2009 – Individual (10 km) classical
  6. Finland Lahti – March 8, 2009 – (10 km) freestyle interval start
  7. Sweden Falun – World Cup Final – March 18–22, 2009 – (25 km)
  8. Finland Kuusamo – November 28, 2009 – Individual sprint classical
  9. Slovenia Rogla – December 20, 2009 – (15 km) classical mass start
  10. GermanyCzech RepublicItaly Tour de Ski – January 1–10, 2010 – (60 km)
  11. Estonia Otepää – January 16, 2010 – Individual (10 km) classical
  12. Russia Rybinsk – January 23, 2010 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit
  13. Canada Canmore – February 6, 2010 – Individual sprint classical
  14. GermanyItaly Tour de Ski – January 9, 2010/2011 – (60 km)
  15. Russia Rybinsk – February 4, 2011 – (5 km + 5 km) double pursuit
  16. Slovenia Rogla – December 17, 2011 – (10 km) classical mass start
  17. GermanyItaly Tour de Ski – January 8, 2011/2012 – (63 km)
  18. Estonia Otepää – January 21, 2012 – Individual sprint classical
  19. Estonia Otepää – January 22, 2012 – Individual (10 km) classical
  20. Russia Moscow – February 2, 2012 – Sprint (1.5 km) freestyle
  21. Poland Szklarska Poręba – February 18, 2012 – Individual (10 km) classical
  22. Canada Canmore – December 13, 2012 – Individual (10 km) classical
  23. Canada Canmore – December 16, 2012 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit
  24. GermanySwitzerlandItaly Tour de Ski – January 6, 2012/2013 – (50 km)
  25. Switzerland Davos – February 16, 2013 – Individual sprint classical
  26. Finland Lahti – March 10, 2013 – (10 km) classical interval start
  27. Norway Drammen – March 13, 2013 – Individual sprint classical
  28. Norway Lillehammer – December 7, 2013 – (10 km) classical interval start
  29. Italy Asiago – December 21, 2013 – Individual sprint classical
  30. Poland Szklarska Poręba – January 19, 2014 – (10 km) classical mass start
  31. South Korea Pyeongchang – February 4, 2017 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit

Total podiums

  1. Estonia Otepää – January 7, 2006 – Individual (10 km) classical (3. place)
  2. Estonia Otepää – January 27, 2007 – Individual (10 km) classical (1. place)
  3. Finland Kuusamo – December 2, 2007 – Individual (10 km) classical (3. place)
  4. Canada Canmore – January 22, 2008 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (1. place)
  5. Canada Canmore – January 23, 2008 – Individual sprint classical (3. place)
  6. Canada Canmore – January 25, 2008 – (10 km) freestyle interval start (3. place)
  7. Czech Republic Liberec – February 16, 2008 – (10 km) freestyle interval start (2. place)
  8. Italy Bormio – March 16, 2008 – (10 km) freestyle interval start (2. place)
  9. Finland Kuusamo – November 29, 2008 – Individual sprint classical (3. place)
  10. Canada Whistler – January 16, 2009 – Individual sprint classical (2. place)
  11. Canada Whistler – January 17, 2009 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (1. place)
  12. Estonia Otepää – January 24, 2009 – Individual (10 km) classical (1. place)
  13. Italy Valdidentro – February 14, 2009 – Individual (10 km) classical (1. place)
  14. Finland Lahti – March 8, 2009 – (10 km) freestyle interval start (1. place)
  15. Norway Trondheim – March 12, 2009 – Individual sprint classical (3. place)
  16. Norway Trondheim – March 14, 2009 – (30 km) classical mass start (2. place)
  17. Sweden Falun – World Cup Final – March 18–22, 2009 – (25 km) (1. place)
  18. Finland Kuusamo – November 28, 2009 – Individual sprint classical (1. place)
  19. Slovenia Rogla – December 19, 2009 – Individual sprint classical (2. place)
  20. Slovenia Rogla – December 20, 2009 – (15 km) classical mass start (1. place)
  21. GermanyCzech RepublicItaly Tour de Ski – January 1–10, 2010 – (60 km) (1.place)
  22. Estonia Otepää – January 16, 2010 – Individual (10 km) classical (1.place)
  23. Russia Rybinsk – January 22, 2010 – Individual sprint freestyle (3. place)
  24. Russia Rybinsk – January 23, 2010 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (1. place)
  25. Canada Canmore – February 5, 2010 – (10 km) freestyle interval start (2. place)
  26. Canada Canmore – February 6, 2010 – Individual sprint classical (1. place)
  27. Finland Lahti – March 6, 2010 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (2. place)
  28. Sweden Falun – World Cup Final – March 17–21, 2010 – (25 km) (2. place)
  29. Finland Kuusamo – November 28, 2010 – (15 km) freestyle interval start (2. place)
  30. Switzerland Davos – December 11, 2010 – Individual (10 km) classical (2.place)
  31. France La Clusaz – December 18, 2010 – (15 km) mass start (2. place)
  32. GermanyItaly Tour de Ski – January 9, 2010/2011 – (60 km) (1. place)
  33. Estonia Otepää – January 22, 2011 – Individual (10 km) classical (2. place)
  34. Russia Rybinsk – February 4, 2011 – (5 km + 5 km) double pursuit (1. place)
  35. Russia Rybinsk – February 5, 2011 – Individual sprint classical (3. place)
  36. Norway Drammen – February 19, 2011 – Individual (10 km) classical (2. place)
  37. Finland Lahti – March 12, 2011 – (5 km +5 km) double pursuit (2. place)
  38. Sweden Falun – World Cup Final – March 16–20, 2011 – (25 km) (2. place)
  39. Slovenia Rogla – December 17, 2011 – (10 km) classical mass start (1. place)
  40. GermanyItaly Tour de Ski – January 8, 2011/2012 – (63 km) (1. place)
  41. Estonia Otepää – January 21, 2012 – Individual sprint classical (1. place)
  42. Estonia Otepää – January 22, 2012 – Individual (10 km) classical (1. place)
  43. Russia Moscow – February 2, 2012 – Sprint (1.5 km) freestyle (1. place)
  44. Russia Rybinsk – February 5, 2012 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (2. place)
  45. Czech Republic Nove Mesto na Morave – February 11, 2012 – (15 km) classical mass start (2. place)
  46. Poland Szklarska Poręba – February 18, 2012 – Individual (10 km) classical (1. place)
  47. Finland Lahti – March 4, 2012 – Individual sprint classical (3. place)
  48. Norway Drammen – March 7, 2012 – Individual sprint classical (3. place)
  49. Norway Oslo – March 11, 2012 – (30 km) classical mass start (2. place)
  50. Finland Kuusamo – December 2, 2012 – Triple Ruka (2. place)
  51. Canada Canmore – December 13, 2012 – Individual (10 km) classical (1. place)
  52. Canada Canmore – December 16, 2012 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (1. place)
  53. GermanySwitzerlandItaly Tour de Ski – January 6, 2012/2013 – (50 km) (1. place)
  54. Czech Republic Liberec – January 12, 2013 – Individual sprint classical (2. place)
  55. France La Clusaz – January 19, 2013 – (10 km) classical mass start (3. place)
  56. Switzerland Davos – February 16, 2013 – Individual sprint classical (1. place)
  57. Switzerland Davos – February 17, 2013 – (10 km) freestyle interval start (2. place)
  58. Finland Lahti – March 10, 2013 – (10 km) classical interval start (1. place)
  59. Norway Drammen – March 13, 2013 – Individual sprint classical (1. place)
  60. Norway Oslo – March 17, 2013 – (30 km) freestyle mass start (2. place)
  61. Norway Lillehammer – December 7, 2013 – (10 km) classical interval start (1. place)
  62. Italy Asiago – December 21, 2013 – Individual sprint classical (1. place)
  63. Poland Szklarska Poręba – January 19, 2014 – (10 km) classical mass start (1. place)
  64. South Korea Pyongyang – February 4, 2017 – (7.5 km + 7.5 km) double pursuit (1. place)

Stage victories

  1. Germany Oberhof – January 2, 2010 – (10 km) Classical Handicap Start – Tour de Ski
  2. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 7, 2010 – Individual (5 km) Classical – Tour de Ski
  3. Sweden Falun – March 19, 2010 – (2.5 km) Classical Prologue – World Cup Final
  4. Germany Oberhof – December 31, 2010 – (2.5 km) Freestyle Prologue – Tour de Ski
  5. Germany Oberhof – January 1, 2011 – (10 km) Classical Pursuit – Tour de Ski
  6. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 6, 2011 – (16 km) Freestyle Pursuit – Tour de Ski
  7. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 8, 2011 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start – Tour de Ski
  8. Germany Oberhof – December 29, 2011 – (2.5 km) Freestyle Prologue – Tour de Ski
  9. Germany Oberhof – December 30, 2011 – (10 km) Classical Pursuit – Tour de Ski
  10. Germany Oberstdorf – December 31, 2011 – Sprint (1.2 km) Classical Final – Tour de Ski
  11. Italy Val di Fiemme – January 7, 2012 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start – Tour de Ski
  12. Sweden Falun – March 17, 2012 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start – Tour de Ski
  13. Germany Oberhof – December 30, 2012 – (9 km) Classical Pursuit – Tour de Ski
  14. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 3, 2013 – (15 km) Freestyle Pursuit – Tour de Ski
  15. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 4, 2013 – Sprint (3 km) Classical Final – Tour de Ski
  16. Italy Val di Fiemme – January 5, 2013 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start – Tour de Ski
  17. Sweden Stockholm – March 20, 2013 – Sprint (1.1 km) Classical – World Cup Final
  18. Finland Kuusamo – November 29, 2013 – Sprint Classical Final – Ruka Triple
  19. Finland Kuusamo – November 30, 2013 – Individual (5 km) Classical – Ruka Triple

Additional podiums

  1. Czech Republic Nove Mesto – December 28, 2007 – (3.3 km) Classical Prologue (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  2. Czech Republic Nove Mesto – December 29, 2007 – (10 km) Freestyle Handicap (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  3. Italy Asiago – January 4, 2008 – (0,8 km) Sprint Freestyle (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  4. Germany Oberhof – December 27, 2008 – (2.8 km) Freestyle Prologue (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  5. Germany Oberhof – December 28, 2008 – (10 km) Classical Handicap Start (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  6. Sweden Falun – March 20, 2009 – (2.5 km) Freestyle Prologue (3. place) – World Cup Final
  7. Sweden Falun – March 21, 2009 – (10 km) Mass Pursuit (3. place) – World Cup Final
  8. Germany Oberhof – January 1, 2010 – (2.8 km) Freestyle Prologue (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  9. Germany Oberhof – January 2, 2010 – (10 km) Classical Handicap Start (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  10. Germany Oberhof – January 3, 2010 – Sprint (1.2 km) Classical Final (2. place) – Tour de Ski
  11. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 6, 2010 – (16 km) Freestyle Handicap Start (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  12. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 7, 2010 – Individual (5 km) Classical (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  13. Sweden Stockholm – March 17, 2010 – Sprint 1.1 km Classical (2. place) – World Cup Final
  14. Sweden Falun – March 19, 2010 – (2.5 km) Classical Prologue (1. place) – World Cup Final
  15. Finland Kuusamo – November 27, 2010 – Individual (5 km) Classical (2. place) – Ruka Triple
  16. Finland Kuusamo – November 27, 2010 – (10 km) Freestyle Handicap Start (3. place)- Ruka Triple
  17. Germany Oberhof – December 31, 2010 – (2.5 km) Freestyle Prologue (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  18. Germany Oberhof – January 1, 2011 – 10 km) Classical Pursuit (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  19. Germany Oberstdorf – January 2, 2011 – Sprint Classical (2. place) – Tour de Ski
  20. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 6, 2011 – 16 km Freestyle Pursuit (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  21. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 8, 2011 – 10 km Classical Final (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  22. Sweden Falun – March 18, 2011 – (2.5 km) Classical Prologue (2. place) – World Cup Final
  23. Germany Oberhof – December 29, 2011 – (2.5 km) Freestyle Prologue (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  24. Germany Oberhof – December 30, 2011 – 10 km) Classical Pursuit (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  25. Germany Oberstdorf – December 31, 2011 – Sprint (1.2 km) Classical Final (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  26. Germany Oberstdorf – January 1, 2012 – 5+5 km C/F Skiathlon (2. place) – Tour de Ski
  27. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 3, 2012 – 3 km Classical (2. place) – Tour de Ski
  28. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 4, 2012 – Sprint (1.3 km) Freestyle Final – Tour de Ski
  29. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 5, 2012 – 15 km Freestyle Pursuit (2. place) – Tour de Ski
  30. Italy Val di Fiemme – January 7, 2012 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  31. Italy Val di Fiemme – January 8, 2012 – (9 km) Classical Handicap Start (2. place) – Tour de Ski
  32. Sweden Falun – March 17, 2012 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start (1. place) – World Cup Final
  33. Germany Oberhof – December 29, 2012 – (3 km) Freestyle Prologue (3. place) – Tour de Ski
  34. Germany Oberhof – December 30, 2012 – (9 km) Classical Pursuit (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  35. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 3, 2013 – (15 km) Freestyle Pursuit (1. place) – Tour de Ski
  36. Italy Cortina – Toblach – January 4, 2013 – Sprint (3 km) Classical Final – Tour de Ski
  37. Italy Val di Fiemme – January 5, 2013 – (10 km) Classical Mass Start – Tour de Ski
  38. Sweden Stockholm – March 20, 2013 – Sprint (1.1 km) Classical (1. place) – World Cup Final
  39. Finland Kuusamo – November 29, 2013 – Sprint Classical Final (1. place) – Ruka Triple
  40. Finland Kuusamo – November 30, 2013 – Individual (5 km) Classical (1. place) – Ruka Triple

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