Between 5 to 11 July in the Lithuanian city Siauliai took place the Fifth World Olympic Games and Sports for All, organized by the World Organization Sport for All (TAFISA), together with UNESCO under the patronage of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Poland was represented by a delegation of the Polish Society of Ringo composed: Paulina Latosiak, Paulina Wangryn, Mateusz Błach, Jakub Brzeski, Patryk Janicki, Piotr Pawlak, Mariusz Wangryn, who presented the Polish sports game - Ringo.
40. International Polish Championship in Ringo played in Opole at the stadium name of Opole Olympians in days 30 June - 1 July 2012. The competition brought together leaders of ringo players (152 players) from the thirteen ringo centers from Poland and representation of Belarus.
This did not come without surprises. The largest was only the third place world champion Andrzej Teklak and won junior double Paulina Wangryn and Karolina Siernicka in the women's doubles.
The open category of women triumphed Gabriel Jednorał , in the category of men won Cezary Godlewski.
On 17-19 May 2012 on the island Baltrum (Germany) took place International Beach Tournament in Ringo and Ringtennis and Vth Challenge Cup.
In ringtennis the superiority players from Germany and in ringo from Poland.
The team tournament-Challenge Cup ended in victory for team Germany 1, second place went to Poland, Germany 2- third, and fourth- Belarus.
On 4-5 November 2011 in Minsk, Belarus played V Individual Championships in Ringo, dominated by representatives of the Polish championship winning complete medals.
In the category of men's won Andrzej Teklak, second place went to Krzysztof Szajek, the third was Michał Suszczyński. In the category of women won Ada Trawczyńska before Michalina Kunecka and Paulina Latosiak. The World Cup was attended by representatives from seven countries: Belarus, Polish, German, South Africa, Slovakia, Russia and Kenya.
Challenge Cup was played ringo and ringtenis fourth time on November 6, 2011 in Minsk, Belarus. In the team tournament, four teams competed: Belarus, Germany, Polish and South Africa. First place went to the representation of Germany, second- Polish and third South Africa.