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ZMARZLIK SIGNS DANISH LEAGUE DEAL

World No.2 Bartosz Zmarzlik lines up in the Danish Speedway League next year after signing for Slangerup.

14 / 12 / 2018, 09:20

World No.2 Bartosz Zmarzlik lines up in the Danish Speedway League next year after signing for Slangerup.

The Gorzow and Vetlanda icon makes the move after storming to second place in this year’s World Championship, making him the highest-ranked rider in next year’s Danish top flight.

Slangerup's team leader Kenni Trasborg Hansen said: "We want to try something new and it's a bit of a scoop to get Zmarzlik in the squad because he's one of the hottest speedway riders after a great season.”

Zmarzlik joins forces with the likes of SGP reserve Mikkel Michelsen, Kevin Wolbert, Andrei Kudriashov, Dawid Lampart and Andreas Lyager in the squad.

 

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