Poland’s Maria Andrejczyk won the silver award at the Tokyo Olympics with a best endeavor of 64.61m in the ladies’ lance toss last on August 6. While Andrejczyk’s presentation got her a platform finish at the quadrennial occasion, it was her nice thought after the Games that made individuals across the world stand up and offer their appreciation to her. Andrejczyk sold her Olympic silver award to assist with raising assets for an eight-month-old kid who required a heart medical procedure in the USA.
Andrejczyk took to Facebook on August 11 to declare that she would sell her Olympic silver subsequent to running over a pledge drive for Miloszek Malysa.
“He as of now has an early advantage from Kubus – a kid who didn’t make it in time yet whose stunning guardians chose to pass on the assets they gathered. Furthermore, thusly, I likewise need to help. It’s for him that I am unloading my Olympic silver award,” ESPN interpreted Andrejczyk’s Facebook post which she wrote in Polish.
On Monday, Andrejczyk declared that a general store chain – Zabka – won the sale by putting a bid of USD 125,000. In another post on Facebook, Zabka uncovered that the award will remain with the 25-year-old Olympian from Poland.Andrejczyk had passed up a decoration at the 2016 Rio Olympics just barely subsequent to completing fourth with a best endeavor of 64.78. She passed up a platform wrap up by an edge of 0.02cm.
In 2019, Maria Andrejczyk went through a medical procedure in the wake of being determined to have an osteoma, a benevolent bone tumor. Be that as it may, she recuperated and got her first Olympic decoration in Tokyo.