Karolina Hamer issues a new challenge. To herself and the audience. Swimmer and activist, winner of 173 medals – including at World and European Championships, one of the leaders of the protest of people with disabilities who made the first coming out in Polish sports. This time, she will perform as the first sit-up in the world. Sit-up is a taunt to make us think. A brand-new, comedy-drama solo stage formula. It enables shared, deep immersion in the narrative of being a homie from the estate in Tychy, a champion swimmer, a bisexual woman with disability. Freestyling in terms of both hip hop and swimming, we are floating through Polish communist housing estates and Olympic swimming pools, hospitals, schools, parliamentary and street protests – all the way to the shore, to the question about the place in which we find ourselves as society, and about the place of women and non-normative people within it. About how we organize the world. It will be funny.