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The legendary Polish bodybuilder Miroslav Dashkevich passed away

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Mirosław Daszkiewicz, a well-known bodybuilder in Poland, died at the age of 60. He was born in the city of Zagan, Poland, in 1960. According to network reports, Miroslav fought a serious illness and died on May 5, 2020. Dashkevich made a very successful amateur bodybuilding career at The International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness, and also had the honor of speaking on Mr. Olympia in 1992. Miroslav was the first ever Polish athlete to win the IFBB Amateur Championship, defeating light heavyweight in 1991. He also won the European Amateur Championships in 1989, also light heavyweight. The athlete left professional bodybuilding in 1993 and returned in 2011 to take part in the competitions of masters. Miroslav also owned a gym in Poland. Relatives and friends of Dashkevich express deep condolences to the Miroslav family in this difficult time. Competition history Mirosław Daszkiewicz: 1986 European Amateur Championships – IFBB, MiddleWeight, 9th 1987 European Amateur Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 4th 1988 European Amateur Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 2nd 1989 European Amateur Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 1st World Amateur Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 6th World Games, Light-HeavyWeight, 2nd 1990 World Amateur Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 5th 1991 World Amateur Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 1st 1992 Olympia – IFBB, Did not place 1993 Grand Prix Finland – IFBB, 8th Grand Prix France (2) – IFBB, 11th 2011 Universe – NAC, Masters 50+, Did not place
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