bodybuilding Miroslaw Daszkiewicz dies

Polish bodybuilding legend Miroslaw Daszkiewicz, dies at 60.

Evolutionofbodybuilding.net again is very sorry to report the death of another bodybuilding legend.

Mirosław Daszkiewicz, a bodybuilder well known in Poland, died at the age of 60.

He was born in Zagan, Poland, 1960.

According to our sources, Mirosław was struggling with a serious illness and passed away on 5 May, 2020.

Mirosław had a very successful amateur bodybuilding career within the IFBB and as well managed to compete at the Mr. Olympia in 1992.

Mirosław was the first ever Polish competitor to win the IFBB World Amateur Championships by winning the Light-Heavyweight Class in 1991. He as well won the European Amateur Championships in 1989 by winning the Light-Heavyweight class.

He retired from professional bodybuilding in 1993 and returned in 2011 to compete in a Masters competition.

Mirosław also owned a gym in Żagań, Poland.

We at Evolutionofbodybuilding.net send our deepest condolences to Mirosław’s family and friends in this difficult time. May he Rest in Peace.

 







Contest History

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