I'm sick of talking about Spiridonow
to change the subject, USA Today wrote about us
The following clip of Poland winning the world volleyball championship in front of a hometown crowd is a prime example of why sports are so wonderful. A person sitting on a computer in the United States can get goosebumps watching a unfamiliar game, played by players he’s never heard of, featuring commentary of a language he doesn’t know. It doesn’t matter. This moment is universal for any sports fan.
In Poland, it’s the exact opposite. Volleyball is a national obsession, which is why this month’s FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championships drew over a half-million fans, including 62,000 for the opening game in Warsaw’s national stadium. There was a sellout crowd in attendance to watch the upstart Polish team try to take down three-time defending champion Brazil on Sunday. It was estimated that 15 million Polish people were watching Sunday’s final, which would be about 39% of the country’s population. (In comparison, about 35% of the United States — 111 million viewers — watched last year’s Super Bowl.)
BTW, do you know that in many Polish churches there were a holy masses for the intention of Poland winning a gold For real