Pawel Fajdek Biography, Net worth, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife

Pawel Fajdek is a Polish hammer thrower who is a five-time World champion. His personal best was 89.93 meters at the Janusz Kusocinski Monument in Szczecin. Recently in 2022, he came into the limelight for his incredible performance at the World Athletics Championships, where he faced Wojciech Nowicki.

Pawel Fajdek Biography, Net worth, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife

Early life

Pawel Fajdek was born on June 4, 1989 in Swiebodzice, Poland. His parents’ names are Waldemar Fajdek and Urszula Fajdek. He also has a sibling named Dawid Lomot. From an early age, he was very athletic and was actively involved in various sports. Pawel got an education through his school years but didn’t share the exact details about it. Later he went to the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw. There he studied sports professionally as he wanted to pursue a career in the same field.

Pawel Fajdek career

Pawel Fajdek started his career as a hammer thrower. He started playing and competing in 2008. In 2009 he was seen at the U23 European Championships and finished 8th with 68.70 m. After 2 years he was seen at the U23 European Championship, the Universiade, and the World Championship. In 2012 he played at the Olympic Games in London, UK. The next year he played at the Universiade, the World Championships in Moscow, Russia, and Jeuz de la Francophonie. In 2014 he was seen at the European Championships in Switzerland. From 2015 to 2021 he appeared in various competitions.

The events he performed at were the Universiade in South Korea, the World Championships in China, the European Championships in Amsterdam, the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, the World Championships in London, the Universiade in Taiwan, the European Championships in Berlin, the World Championships in Doha, European Athletics Team Championships in Poland and Olympic Games in Japan. In 2022, he competed in the World Athletics Championships, scoring 80.09 meters in qualifying on the opening day. He tries his best to win the fifth straight world title in the final against Wojciech Nowicki.

Pawel Fajdek Social media

Pawel is an active user of social media applications such as Instagram and Facebook. On his Instagram account, he has earned over 42.5K followers with 328 posts.

His profile is filled with posts about his time before, after, and during the games, with his workmates, his lifestyle, and his family. On his Facebook account, he has over 48,000 followers.

Pawel Fajdek biography

Real namePavel Fajdek
Date of birthJune 4, 1989
Age35 years
Place of birthSwiebodzice, Poland

Physical Statistics

Heightin feet inches – 6′ 1” – in centimeters – 186cm
weightin kilograms – 120kg – in pounds – 282 pounds
hair colorBrown
eye colorBrown

Pawel Fajdek family

FatherWaldemar Fajdek
motherUrszula Fajdek
BrothersDavid Lomot

Relationship status

Marital statusMarried
Who is Pawel Fajdek’s wife?Sandra Fajdek
childrenLaila Fajdek

Personal life

Pawel is currently married as mentioned in his Instagram bio and Sandra Fajdek is his wife. He has shared a few pictures on his social media with his wife but no proper information is available about her.

The information about their marriage was also not given. On May 17, 2015, he was blessed with his daughter Laila Fajdek. He also spends most of his time training and hanging out with his family and friends.

Pawel Fajdek Net Worth

Pawel Fajdek has made a career fortune with his sports career. He earns mainly by participating in various competitions. Also, by winning these matches, he will be rewarded with prize money. According to sources, the exact details of his net worth have not yet been shared with the media.

Facts About Pawel Fajdek

  • Pawel represented his nation at the 2008 World Junior Hammer Throw Championships, held in Bydgoszcz.
  • He is currently coached by Czeslaw Cybulski.
  • At the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava in May 2012, he overcame 80 meters.
  • At the World University game in Shenzhen, he won gold with 78.14.
  • At the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, he placed 3rd with 81.53 m.
  • In 2011 he took 1st place at the U23 European Championships in the Czech Republic with 78.54 m.

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