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2005 European Indoor Championships - Madrid, Spain

The Greek team for the European Indoor Championships was announced today:

MEN:

60 m: Eftimios Stergioulis, Georgios Theodoridis

400m: Stylianos Demotsios

200m: Anastasios Gousis, Panayotis Sarris

60m Hurdles: Alexandros Theofanov

POLE VAULT: Konstantinos Filippidis

LONG JUMP: Louis Tsatoumas, Stergios Nousios

TRIPLE JUMP: Konstantinos Zalagitis

WOMEN:

60m: Georgia Kokloni, Maria Karastamati

800m: Maria Papadopoulou

1500m: Konstantina Efentaki

3000m: Konstantina Efentaki

60m Hurdles: Flora Redoumi, Georgia Stogiannidou

LONG JUMP: Stella Pilatou, Panayota Koutsioumari

TRIPLE JUMP: Pigi Devetzi, Athanasia Perra, Irene Dimitraki

HIGH JUMP: Maria Papageorgiou

4x400m RELAY: Georgia Koumnaki, Anna Moesiadou, Eleftheria Papadopoulou, Maria Papadopoulou and Eleni Filandra

Good luck to them!

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Ruth Beitia of Spain won the 2016 European Female Athlete Of The Year
Ekaterini Stefanidi finished 3rd in the voting.

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Does anybody know if they are showing the European Indoor Championship in Belgrade on a U.S. network? 

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I really doubt that it will be televised in the US. The only channel that might be intrested din carrying it would be NBCSN as they sometime show Olympic sports from Europe, but I really doubt that they will.

In any case here is a web site that claims that they will be streaming the championships: http://www.eurovisionsports.tv/eaa/

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List of Greek athletes to participate in Belgrade

MEN'S

Pole Vault 
Kostas Filippidis
Emmanuel Karalis 

Shot Put
Michali Stamatoyiannis 

WOMEN'S

60 m hurdles
Elisavet Pesiridou 

60 m 
Rafailia Spanoudaki-Hatziriga 

Pole Vault
Ekaterini Stefanidi 

Triple Jump
Paraskevi Papachristou

Edited by Molon Lave

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Karalis and Filipidis in pole vault
Stamatogiannis in shot put
Stefanidi in pole vault
Spanoudaki in 60m
Pesiridou in 60m hurdles
Papachristou in triple jump
 

 

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Same, maybe three depending if our young Greek pole vaulter Karalis may impress us since his world jr. record he shattered in Athens. 

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I think Stefanidi and Papachristou will medal, and if Filipidis has a good day he might come close as well.

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Stefanidi, obviously yes and could win gold (even less than 4.90 m). No one is a real threat only Ryzih and Bengtsson are the good ones in the pool. 

Papachristou may win gold if Mamona or Gerrish don't jump better than 14.75 m. 

Filippidis is an enigma, he can be good or he could fail badly. My high hopes is on Karalis and he is just 17. 

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Papachristou qualified for the finals with a measurement of 14.12 m 

Pesiridou reached the semifinals with a time of 8.08

Edited by Molon Lave

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This is BS, Pesiridou finished 8th overall in the semifinals with a time of 8.10 but doesn't go to the finals just because she finished 5th in the heat, but Kallur goes to the finals with a time of 8.12 (9th best overall) and finished 4th in her heat. Top 8 with the best time should be competing in the finals. 

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Milan Trajkovic of Cyprus won the heat with an impressive 7.56 (2nd best overall), just 3/10 of a second in front of Orlando Ortega of Spain. :o 

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Karalis 11th with 5.50

Filippidis missed one attempt at 5.35m, but cleared every other jump including 5.70m. He missed his first attempt at 5.75. Currently in 6th place. Four athletes cleared 5.75 so far.

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He has one last attempt at 5.80 a height that 4 athletes cleared already.

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Filippidis cleared 5.80 on 2nd attempt. This moved him to 5th place.

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I don't tghink he will medal because of his early misses. Specially the one at 5.35m. He will need to clear 5.85 or even 5.90 to have a chance.

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He just passed 5.85!!!! 

BTW, new national indoor record 

Edited by Molon Lave

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Jan Kudlicka finally missed an attempt after a perfect start 

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Still in 2nd place with Filippidis and Lisek clearing 5.85. Four left and two them have one attempt left at 5.85

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Guaranteded a bronze after Kudlicka 3rd miss. Wojciechovski makes it. Three left.

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