Bartosz Zmarzlik

Bartosz Zmarzlik
Born (1995-04-12) April 12, 1995
Szczecin, Poland
Nationality  Poland
Current club information
British league None
Polish league Stal Gorzów Wielkopolski
Swedish league Elit Vetlanda Speedway
Career history
2010- Stal Gorzów Wielkopolski
2011-2012 Gnistorna Malmö
2013- Elit Vetlanda Speedway
2012 Holsted Speedway
Great Britain
2014 Birmingham Brummies
Individual honours
2014 Gorzow Grand Prix Champion
2015 World Under-21 Champion
Team honours
2012, 2014, 2015 Team Speedway Junior World Championship
2014, 2016 Speedway Ekstraliga
2014, 2015 Elitserien League Champion

Bartosz Zmarzlik (['bartɔʂ ˈzmarzlik]; born 12 April 1995) is a Polish motorcycle speedway rider.


Born in Szczecin, Poland, Zmarzlik is the younger brother of former speedway rider Paweł Zmarzlik. Bartosz first came to the attention of the British Speedway public when he was granted a wild card to race in the 2012 Speedway Grand Prix of Poland on 23 June. It was his first appearance in the Grand Prix series. He performed exceptionally well and became the youngest rider to ever appear on the podium in a Speedway Grand Prix, aged just 17 years old and 72 days. He finished third that day scoring a grand total of 13 points.[1] It was 2 years later that Zmarzlik made his British league debut. Agreeing a short term deal to ride for the Birmingham Brummies to cover the injured Adam Skornicki.

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