The Olympic hammer thrower must undergo a knife fight after a fight with a car thief | Currently

The Olympic hammer thrower must undergo a knife fight after a fight with a car thief |  Currently

Three-time Olympic hammer-thrower Anita Lodarchik has to undergo surgery after she single-handedly defeats a thief. The 36-year-old Polish woman saw how someone tried to break into her car.

“I grabbed the thief and handed him over to the police,” wrote Lodarchik on social media, accompanied by photos of her white car showing black smudges and fingerprints on the back door.

The athlete, who became the Olympic hammer-thrower champion for the third consecutive time in Tokyo last year, suffered a muscle injury from the struggle. “I have to have surgery on Monday.” The extent of physical damage is unknown.

Wlodarczyk also became a four-time world champion and four-time European champion. She is preparing for the World Cup next month in the United States. According to her manager, she’s been out for at least a week.

“Thanks to the Polish police for the quick intervention. I think that after my career in MMA or UFC I will fight like our champion Joanna Jedrzeczyk, because the thief was injured,” the Polish wrote sarcastic, referring to her successful compatriot in each of the fighting classes.

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