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WOFFY SIGNS FOR SEVENTH SEASON

Double world champ Tai Woffinden has confirmed a seventh straight season at Wroclaw after penning a new deal with the Ekstraliga runners-up.

11 / 11 / 2017, 10:34

Double world champion Tai Woffinden has confirmed a seventh straight season at Wroclaw after penning a new deal with the Ekstraliga runners-up.

The Great Britain racer posted that he had agreed terms with the club at the end of the season, and with the Ekstraliga contract dispute now settled, he has signed his 2018 contract.

Speaking to Wroclaw’s official website, Woffinden said: "What I said a few weeks ago is becoming a reality. I have signed my contract and will stay at Betard Sparta Wroclaw! See you at the new Olympic Stadium.”

Elsewhere, Zielona Gora have added to their 2018 squad, drafting in Danish international Michael Jepsen Jensen from Torun.

Grzegorz Zengota returns to his boyhood club after starring for champions Leszno, while Kacper Gomolski joins from Gdansk. Sweden’s Jacob Thorssell has signed a new contract after making his Ekstraliga breakthrough with Falubaz this year.

And after bringing Jaroslaw Hampel back to the club, Leszno have recruited another old favourite, signing Bulls legend Damian Balinski.

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