Interview with Ania Kosmaczewska, participant of a 3-month cycling trip from Georgia to Pamir
On the first day after returning from the expedition, you appeared at work and we laughed that instead of an office chair you should have a bicycle seat. Is it difficult to return to civilization?
A bouncy canoe, the dog on board, contact radio and the goal- crossing the Gliwice Canal and then Oder River. Krzysiek Czoba, the IT Director, in the long May weekend defeated by canoe about 60 km in order to prepare for the trip by water to Amsterdam. Meet our next man with passion!
We support young athletes - Karol Głąbik has hit under the Etisoft’s wings, a contender of the 4.7 laser class and the ward of the Water Club LOK Garland Gliwice. We wish Karol such successes as Błażek Ożoga’s, Polish champion in kiteboarding, brown medalist of the Kiterace World Championships - and also our ward! Successful winds, boaters!
Etisoft is waiting for that day a whole year long - it's a company’s integration trip, some of us reach final destination by cars, and some ... well - riding bicycles ... Over 60 of Etisoft’s employees have decided to travel over 200-kilometer route . Almost 30 people have planned to cover a half of that distance.
Emotions as at any sporting event. Only hands work harder, because all information has to be transmitted in sign language. For Dorota Wanot, our colleague working as a production machine operator, a sign language is a basic communication tool.