Date of birth:
1992.11.21
Hometown:
Szubin, Poland
Sponsors:
Stunters Blog,
Hobbies:
All motosports
Favourite athletes:
Stunter13, Benjamin Baldini, Rafał Kanik

BIO

"Krystian Zygmański"

My Name is Krystian “Zyga” Zygmanski from Poland. Adventure with the stunt began in 2009 at the start on bicycle until 2013, and later switched to Kawasaki 636.

I had no motorcycle before so its power (136hp) impressed me.
All the time I go to the front, no sponsors lead me to that, I cannot get to devote passion 100% but I am doing what I can :) ..


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • 2011: 1st place on international Online MTB championship
  • 2012: 1st place on international Online MTB championship

INTERVIEW 2016.09.19

What are you looking for to accomplish?

Learn a lot, improve every day, going always front!

What would be your greatest achievement?

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German Stunt days 2015 was for sure great time for me. Meet a lot great people, that’s what is more important in this sport.

What kind of difficulties does your sport’s performance involve?

A lot of problems with the bike. Bikes are breaking in almost every training, because stock bike is not prepared for this sport.

What makes you feel satisfied when performing your sport?

Sharing the passion with friends and meeting great people.

"Krystian Zygmański"

Where do you practice your techniques when being alone?

I got some small spot 30 min from my house :)

What do you do during your training which is key to your success?

Training hard, as much as possible.

What are you most nervous about when competing?

I’m not. Cause all what I do, gives me a lot fun so I’m not stressing when I’m competing.

"Krystian Zygmański"

Who would you say is your biggest fan and why?

I think that by biggest fan is my brother. He always helps me, supports and motivates me.

What is the best piece of advice you have been ever given?

I think that better than any advice that can be given to you is what you experience yourself during your life, especially when you succeed and when you fail.

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What are your future plans?

Training more and more!

What are your tips for those who begin now?

Training hard but still safely… and remember nothing happens at once.

"Krystian Zygmański"