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Polish Athlete Puts Olympic Medal up For Sale to Save Kid’s Life


Polish discus thrower Piotr Malachowski has put up for sale the silver medal he won at the Rio Olympics to help raise funds for a boy with a rare cancer, the athlete said on Friday.

In Rio I fought for gold. Today I call on all people — let us fight together for something that is even more valuable. For the health of this fantastic boy.

Piotr Malachowski, Discus Thrower, Poland Reigning world champion Malachowski said all the money raised from the auction would be spent on treating 3-year old Polish boy Olek Szymanski, who has suffered for nearly two years from retinoblastoma, an eye cancer affecting young children.

There is no chance of saving Olek’s eyes in Poland. The only chance is therapy in New York.

A Polish foundation called Siepomaga has already gathered about a third of the roughly 4,80,000 zlotys ($126,000) it said was needed to finance the boy’s treatment at ophthalmic oncologist David Abramson’s clinic in New York.

The highest bid in the auction for Malachowski’s silver medal on Poland’s Allegro website had reached about $6,000 by 1610 GMT on Friday. The auction ends on 26 August.

I invite everybody to join the bidding. If you help me, my silver medal may be more valuable for Olek than gold.

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