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The entry list for the Greek athletics team is here for the upcoming European Athletics Team Championships. 

Men's 
100 Meters - Ioannis Nyfantopoulos 
200 Meters - Panagiotis Trivyzas
400 Meters - Mihail Pappas
800 Meters - Christos Kotisas
1500 Meters
3000 Meters - Andreas Dimitrakis
5000 Meters - Markos Goulias
110 Meter Hurdles - Kostas Douvalidis
400 Meter Hurdles - Kostas Nakos 
3000 Meter Steeplechase - Nikos Sakis
High Jump - Kostas Baniotis
Pole Vault - Kostas Filippidis
Long Jump - Miltos Tentoglou
Triple Jump - Dimitris Tsiamis
Shot Put - Nikolaos Skarvelis
Discus Throw - Giorgios Tremos
Hammer Throw - Mihail Anastasakis
Javelin Throw - Dimitris Tsitsos
4 X 100 Relay - Trivyzas, Gkaragiannis, Zikos, Douvalidis, Nyfantopoulos, Arvanitis
4 X 400 Relay - Trivyzas, Pappas, Kyriakidis, Detzikas, Nakos

Reserve 
3000 Meters
5000 Meters - Marios Angnostou

Women's 
100 Meters - Rafaelia Spanoudaki
200 Meters 
400 Meters - Maria Belibasaki
800 Meters
1500 Meters - Konstantina Giannopoulou
3000 Meters 
5000 Meters - Anastasia Marinakou
100 Meter Hurdles - Elisavet Peseridou
400 Meter Hurdles - Anna Kiafa
3000 Meter Steeplechase - Isabela Kotsaheili
High Jump - Tatiana Gousin
Pole Vault - Ekaterini Stefanidi 
Long Jump
Triple Jump - Paraskevi Papachristou
Shot Put - Evggelia Sofani
Discus Throw - Chrisoula Anagnostopoulou
Hammer Throw - Stamatia Skarveli 
Javelin Throw - Sofia Ifantidou
4 X 100 Relay - Spanoudaki, Peseridou, Gatou, Samani, Venieri, Belibasaki
4 X 400 Relay - Belibasaki, Vasiliou, Mourta, Karkalatou, Politi, Argygou

Reserve 
Long Jump - Efi Kolokytha
1500 Meters
3000 Meters - Viktoria Tsoli 







 

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Greece’s three gold medallists from the Berlin 2018 European Athletics Championships have been named on their team roster for the European Athletics Team Championships Super League in Bydgoszcz, Poland from 9-11 August.

 

The Greeks just avoided relegation in Lille Metropole two years ago with a ninth-place finish, only eight points clear ahead of the relegation zone. Ekaterini Stefanidi provided one of three crucial victories across the programme and the reigning world, Olympic and European champion is among the standout names on the team sheet.

 

There were also victories two years ago from European 400m silver medallist Maria Belibasaki in the 200m and European champion Paraskevi Papahristou in the triple jump. Papahristou is contesting both the long jump and triple jump in Bydgoszcz while Belibasaki has entered four events: 200m, 400m, 4x100m relay and the 4x400m relay.

 

The Greek contingent will also be expecting to add significant points to the team tally in the men's jumping and throwing events. Reigning European indoor and outdoor champion Miltiadis Tentoglou is competing in the long jump, European bronze medallist Dimitrios Tsiamis, 37, is named in the triple jump and Konstadinos Baniotis and Konstadinos Filippidis will compete in the high jump and pole vault respectively.

 

The Greek team also features Mihail Anastasakis in the hammer while 18-year-old Dimitrios Tsitsos makes his senior debut three weeks after winning bronze in the javelin at the European Athletics U20 Championships.

 

Due to the change in format which was agreed by the European Athletics Council in November, the European Athletics Team Championships Super League will be streamlined from twelve to eight countries from 2021 onwards which means five countries instead of three will be relegated into the First League.

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Maria Belibasaki will not be able to participate in multiple races as she is not fully healed from a leg injury. That is a major blow as Lykourgos-Stefanos Tsakonas is also another big name sprinter not to take part in the European Athletics Team Championships. Ioannis Kyriazis is still suspended from any athletics activity pending on his doping case. 

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Spanoudaki will replace Belibasaki in the 200 meters, while either Vasiliou or Mourta will take her spot in the 400 meters. 

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Mourta will be running the 400 meters while Zikos will take Nyfantopoulos spot for the 100 meters. 
The competition will start tomorrow at 11:30 CT (18:30 local time) 19:30 in Greece 

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In this competition, I do expect Greece to be relegated, but hopefully in 2021 they will fight for first place and promotion back to the super league. All I want is the Greek athletes to give themselves the best showing they could possibly give. 

Here is what I think the outcome will be 
1. Poland
2. Germany 
3. France 

4. Great Britain 
5. Italy 
6. Spain
7. Ukraine 
8. Czech Republic (R)
9. Greece (R) 
10. Switzerland (R)
11. Sweden (R) 
12. Finland (R)

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Results from Day 1 of the 2019 European Athletics Team Championships 

Women's Discus Throw - Anagnostopoulou (59.02) SB 3rd place (10 points)
Men's Javelin Throw - Tsitsos (69.00) 11th place (2 points)
Men's 400 Meter Hurdles Qualifying - Nakos (50.67) PB DNQ
Women's 400 Meter Hurdles Qualifying - Kiafa (59.61) DNQ
Men's 100 Meters Qualifying - Zikos (10.82) DNQ
Women's 100 Meters Qualifying - Spanoudaki (11.40) Q 
Men's 400 Meters Qualifying - Pappas (47.47) DNQ
Women's 400 Meters Qualifying - Mourta (53.99) DNQ
Men's 110 Meter Hurdles Qualifying - Douvalidis (13.47) Q
Women's 100 Meter Hurdles Qualifying - Peseridou (13.20) Q 
Men's 200 Meters Qualifying - Trivyzas (21.20) DNQ
Women's 200 Meters Qualifying - Spanoudaki (23.29) SB Q

 

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Results from Day 2 of the 2019 European Athletics Team Championships 

Women's Pole Vault - Stefanidi (4.70) 1st place (12 points) 
Men's Long Jump - Tentoglou (8.30) 1st place (12 points) 
Men's High Jump - Baniotis (2.12) 8th place (5 points)
Women's 100 Meters - Spanoudaki (11.84) 7th place (6 points) 
Men's Hammer Throw - Anastasakis (75.77) 3rd place (10 points) 
Women's 800 Meters - Giannopoulou (2:09:12) 12th place (1 point) 
Women's 3000 Meter Steeplechase - Kotsahili (10:22:66) 11th place (2 points) 
Men's Shot Put - Skarvelis (19.17) 10th place (3 points) 
Men's 5000 Meters - Gourlias (14:15.55) 8th place (5 points) 
Women's Triple Jump - Papachristou (14.48) 1st place (12 points) 
Women's Javelin Throw - Ifantidou (55.52) 5th place (8 points) 
Women's 3000 Meters - Marinakou (9:22.15) SB 10th place (3 points) 
Men's 1500 Meters - Dimitrakis (3:54.36) 11th place (2 points) 
Women's 4 x 100 Relay - Team Greece (44.40) 11th place (2 points) 
Men's 4 x 100 Relay - Team Greece (39.36) 8th place (5 points) 

For the Greek athletes who did not qualify for the finals in sprinting and hurdle events, they still get points according to where they finished 

Men's 400 Meter Hurdles - Nakos 9th place (4 points) 
Men's 400 Meters - Pappas 11th place (2 points) 
Men's 100 Meters - Zikos 11th place (2 points) 
Women's 400 Meter Hurdles - Kiafa 12th place (1 point) 
Women's 400 Meters - Mourta 10th place (3 points) 
Men's 200 Meters - Trivyzas 9th place (4 points) 



 

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Results from Day 3 of the 2019 European Athletics Team Championships 

Men's Pole Vault - Filippidis (5.66) 4th place (9 points) 
Men's Triple Jump - Tsiamis (16.25) 6th place (7 points) 
Women's High Jump - Gousin (1.85) 6th place (7 points) 
Men's 110 Meter Hurdles - Douvalidis (13.71) 5th place (8 points) 
Women's 100 Meter Hurdles - Peseridou (13.27) 7th place (6 points) 
Women's Hammer Throw - Skarvelis (63.14) 11th place (2 points) 
Men's 800 Meters - Kotitsas (1:49.24) 10th place (3 points) 
Women's 1500 Meters - Giannopoulou (4:35.64) 12th place (1 point) 
Men's 3000 Meter Steeplechase - Sakis (9:10.85) 10th place (3 points) 
Women's Shot Put - Sofani (15.35) 11th place (2 points) 
Women's 200 Meters - Spanoudaki (23.27) SB 5th place (8 points) 
Women's Long Jump - Kolokitha (6.43) 6th place (7 points) 
Women's 5000 Meters - Tsolis DNF (No points)
Men's Discus Throw - Tremos (56.81) 9th place (4 points) 
Men's 3000 Meters -  Anagnostou (8:27.85) PB 11th place (2 points) 
Women's 4 x 400 Relay - Team Greece (3:33.01) 8th place (5 points) 
Men's 4 x 400 Relay - Team Greece (3:08.17) 8th place (5 points) 

Greece finished the competition with 197 points (10th place overall) which will relegate them to the First League along with Czech Republic, Sweden, Switzerland, and Finland. 
 


 

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Posted (edited)

In my honest opinion, had Tsakonas, Belibasaki, and Kyriazis all competed in this competition with a little help of better performances from some Greek athletes, they might have finish 7th and remain in the Super League. 

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Even without those 3 we had a chance of staying in the top division. Some of our athletes did not even come close to their best performances this year. Also I believe in some disciplines the wrong athletes were picked to compete. 

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