|birthday||22nd May 1992 (age 28)|
|place of birth||Zakopane|
|society||BKS WP Kościelisko|
|Debut in the European Cup / IBU Cup||2008|
|World Cup balance|
|last change: March 20, 2014|
Anna Mąka lives in Zakopane and starts for BKS WP Kościelisko . She has been a member of the Polish national team since 2008. Between 2008 and 2013 she took part in five Junior World Championships , only in 2009 she did not take part in these years. 2008 she launched in Ruhpolding only in singles and was 40. Two years later she ran her best World Junior Championships and was in Torsby 12 retail, 30 of the sprint, 14. pursuit and Maria Bukowska and Monika Hojnisz Season-Sixth . She was unable to confirm these placings at the three subsequent World Championships or at the junior races of the European Championships in 2012 in Osrblie .
In the women's performance area, Mąka has been competing in the IBU Cup since 2008 . The first race, a sprint in Obertilliach , she finished in 55th place. In 2011 she won her first and so far only points in an individual in Martell in the second highest racing series in biathlon. The first international championship was the 2014 European championships in Nové Město na Moravě . Mąka was 44th in individual and sprint and 46th in the pursuit race. In the relay race she reached eleventh place with Maria Bukowska , Beata Lassak and Katarzyna Wołoszyn .
Nationally Mąka won the bronze medal in the relay race at the Polish Biathlon Championships in 2011 with the representation of BKS WP Kościelisko on the side of Katarzyna Leja , Karolina Batożyńska and Kinga Mitoraj , a year later she was runner- up with Maria Bukowska, Karolina Pitoń and Katarzyna Leja.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Polish biathlete|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 22, 1992|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Zakopane|