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Who wins 1500 metres men at the European Athletics Championships 2018?

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Marcin Lewandowski Aims For Gold at the Europan Athletics Championship

The sports world is bracing for the European Athletics Championship this year as more than 4500 athletes and 55 nations will take part in this ultimate competition. Moreover, there are numerous events that are scheduled as part of this sport major tournament that will surely provide us with a great excitement during the summer months. One notable contest that ranks high on the agenda of Berlin 2018 is the 1500 meters competition.

Although there are many athletes that will be gunning for glory at this contest, our attention turns to Marcin Lewandowski. The Polish runner is likely to take part of the 1500 meters race as he aims a longer distance glory this time. Also, it is important to emphasize that the veteran runner always had his sights on the 1500 meters competition. And after several successful results at the 800 meters contest, the experienced runner has made the ultimate transition to the 1500 meters competition.

The Polish runner seems that is gaining the upper hand in the quest of maintaining a top form. This is based on his recent results. Marcin Lewandowski had some impressive achievements lately as he was won the European indoor 1500m title in Belgrade last March before winning the silver medal at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham earlier this year. The 30 years old athlete was always dreaming about winning the gold medal and he achieved that goal at the last day of the Indoor Championships. According to his brother Tomasz, the polish veteran athlete runs 170-180km a week during the winter months. Moreover, his training does not include a strict preparation for the indoor season. Furthermore, Lewandowski is heading into the European Athletics Championship on the basis of all training and competition aspects that includes 10.5 for 100m, 47.0 for 400m and also getting under 30 minutes for 10km. However, his main strategy for the 1500m is still closely related with the 800m contest. To be more specific, his focus is mainly aimed at the 1500m, however the speed from the 800m is his main strength for the 1500m and that can galvanize his overall results at the European Athletics Championship in Berlin, 2018. Nevertheless, the Polish veteran runner is keeping his tabs open on his participation as he states that he still might take part of the 800m contest. And although a veteran runner, Lewandowski still has what is needed to take part in both competition( 1500m and 800m). His recent results show those abilities.

On a final note, we can conclude that the European Athletics in Berlin will bring a high level of competitiveness and rivalry. The Polish veteran runner will be one of the main athletes that will aim the gold medal. And based on his form and recent results we can say that he is destined for glory at this Athletics tournament in Berlin.