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In the upcoming IAAF Diamond League in Lausanne, Switzerland, Katerina Stefanidi, Miltos Tentoglou, and Paraskevi Papachristou will take part. Currently in the qualifying picture, Stefanidi is through to the finals, while the other two are currently in the top 8. We need a strong showing from those two in the remainder of the season in order to compete for the Diamond League trophy. 

The current standings 

Stefanidi - 2nd place 17 pts Q (1 win) 
Papachristou - 5th place 4 pts 
Tentoglou - 7th place 7 pts 

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Another impressive display by Paraskevi Papachristou, jumping to her season's best of 14.51. She finished 6th place and gets 3 more points to add to her qualifying total to 7 points. 

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Miltos Tentoglou put on a show in Lausanne, finished 2nd in the meet with his season's best of 8.19, gets 7 additional points and qualifies from the finals at Zurich. 🙂 

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20 Greek athletes to take part in the 2019 Summer European Youth Olympic Festival
Αναλυτικά η ομάδα


Ανδρες Κ18
100μ. Γιάννης Γρανιτσιώτης (ΓΟ Γιάννης Παλάσκας)
200 μ.: Γιάννης Καριοφύλλης (ΓΑΣ Σκάλας)
110 μ. εμπ.: Γιάννης Αρβανίτης (ΓΣ Έδεσσας)
10.000 μ. βάδην: Αλέξανδρος Μορτζάκης (ΑΕΠ Ολυμπίας)
Επί κοντώ: Σωτήρας Χύτας (Αμεινίας Μεσογείων)
Σφαιροβολία: Κώστας Γεννίκης (ΟΦΚΑ Σέρρες)
Δισκοβολία: Κώστας Μπουζάκης (ΓΣ Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος)
Σφυροβολία: Ορέστης Ντουσάκης (ΓΣ Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος)
 

Γυναίκες Κ18

100 μ.: Πολυνίκη Εμμανουηλίδου (ΓΑΣ Κουφαλίων)
200 μ.: Ειρήνη Μινοπούλου (ΓΣ Γλυφάδας)
400 μ.Στέλλα Κωνσταντινίδου (ΓΑΣ Αρχέλαος)
800 μ.: Έλλη - Ευτυχία Δεληγιάννη (ΣΑΚΑ)
3.000 μ.: Βασιλεία Σπύρου (Πανιώνιος)
400 μ. εμπ.: Άννα Χατζηπουργάνη (ΓΑΣ Αρχέλαος)
Επί κοντώ: Αναστασία Ρέτσα (Αμεινίας Μεσογείων)
Mήκος/επταθλο: Αναστασία Ντραγκομίροβα (ΑΣ Κένταυρος)
Τριπλούν: Μαρία Καβαλιεράτου (Παναξιακός ΑΟ)
Δισκοβολία: Σοφία Κεσσίδη (ΑΣ Κένταυρος)
Σφυροβολία: Παναγιώτα Φρίγγη (ΓΣ Κηφισιάς)
Ακοντισμός: Ελίνα Τζένγκο (ΑΣ Κένταυρος)

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19 Greek athletes to take part in the Under 20 European Championship in Boras, Sweden 


Αναλυτικά η ομάδα (φετινές επιδόσεις)

Ανδρες Κ20
Επί κοντώ: Αντώνης Σάντας (ΑΟ Φιλοθέης) 5,10 μ.
Επί κοντώ: Γιάννης Ρίζος (ΑΣ Άρης) 5,20 μ.
Μήκος: Αλέξης Αργυρόπουλος (ΑΣ Κόροιβος Αμ.) 5,20 μ.
Τριπλούν: Ανδρέας Πανταζής (ΑΟ Μεγάρων) 15,87 μ.
Σφαιροβολία: Ιάσωνας Μαχαίρας (ΓΣ Ηλιούπολης) 18,45 μ.
Σφυροβολία: Χρήστος Φραντζεσκάκης (ΓΣ Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος) 81,62 μ.
Σφυροβολία: Θοδωρής Ζιώγας (ΓΑΣ Νιγρίτας Βισάλτης) 71,91 μ.
Σφυροβολία: Κώστας Ζάλτος (ΓΣ Μανδρών) 73,34 μ.
Ακοντισμός: Δημήτρης Τσίτσος (ΟΦΚΑ Φίλιππος Γ.) 72,91 μ.

Γυναίκες Κ20
5.000 μ.: Δάφνη Λαβασά (ΑΟ Βουλιαγμένης) 16.59.73
Ύψος: Παναγιώτα Δόση (ΑΟ Κέρκυρας 2015) 1,83 μ.
Επί κοντώ: Αριάδνη Αδαμοπούλου (ΓΣ Κηφισιάς) 4,10 μ.
Τριπλούν: Σπυριδούλα Καρύδη (ΓΣ Κερκυραϊκός) 13,64 μ.
Σφαιροβολία: Μαρία Μαγκούλια (ΑΟ Κάλυμνος) 15,03 μ.
Σφυροβολία: Σταυρούλα Κοσμίδου (Αίολος Μακ.) 61,56 μ.
Ακοντισμός: Ελίνα Τζένγκο (ΑΣ Κένταυρος) 61,48 μ.
Ακοντισμός: Μαργαρίτα Τσουκαλά (ΓΣ Απόλλων Πύργου) 52,03 μ.
10.000 μ. βάδην: Όλγα Φιάσκα (Αθλοκίνηση Μυτ.) 46.39.06
10.000 μ. βάδην: Κυριακή Φιλτισάκου (ΓΣ Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος) 51.02.13

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The upcoming Paris IAAF Diamond League will feature 5 Greek athletes. 

Men's 110 Meter Hurdles (B group - non-qualifying) Douvalidis
Men's Pole Vault  (non-qualifying) Filippidis, Karalis
Women's Pole Vault (qualifying) Stefanidi
Women's Triple Jump (qualifying) Papachristou 

Greek athletes who have qualified for the Diamond League Finals are : 

Tentoglou, Karalis, and Stefandi 
Both Kyriakopoulou and Papachristou are in qualifying spots, but have not secured the finals yet. 

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Despite Papachristou not getting any points today in the Diamond League meet at Paris, she still qualifies for the finals in Zurich. 
Kyriakopoulou also will qualify for the finals in Brussels, even though she missed the last two meets due to injury. It is uncertain if she will compete next week. 

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Poor showing by Papachristou.

Douvalidis 13.52 in B Final (2nd place).

Fillipidis only 5.45.

Karalis cleared 5.70 and continues.

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Karalis finished 3rd at 5.70 
Stefanidi is about to attempt her first jump at 4.65 

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Impressive jump by Alysha Newman! 4.82, a new national record for Canada! 
Not the first time a female pole vaulter broke a NR in a Diamond League meet, Angelica Bengtsson of Sweden did it earlier this season and won her meet at 4.76. 

Stefanidi finishes 2nd at 4.75

Edited by Molon Lave

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Women's Triple Jump Finalists 

1. Yulimar Rojas (Venezuela) 23 points (2 wins)
2. Shanieka Ricketts (Jamaica) 22 points 
3. Liadagmis Povea (Cuba) 20 points 
4. Caterine Ibarguen (Colombia) 19 points (2 wins) 
5. Kimberly Williams (Jamaica) 17 points 
6. Keturah Orji (USA) 13 points 
7. Olha Saladukha (Ukraine) 11 points 
8. Paraskevi Papachristou (Greece) 8 points 

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Women's Pole Vault Finalists 

1. Katerina Stefanidi (Greece) 39 points (2 wins) 
2. Sandi Morris (USA) 26 points (1 win) 
3. Alysha Newman (Canada) 22 points (1 win) 
4. Anzhelika Sidorova (Russia) 22 points (1 win) 
5. Yarisley Silva (Cuba) 21 points 
6. Katie Nageotte (USA) 19 points 
7. Robeilys Peinado (Venezuela) 19 points 
8. Angelica Bengtsson (Sweden) 11 points 
9. Holly Bradshaw (Great Britain) 10 points 
10. Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou (Greece) 9 points 
11. Ling Li (China) 7 points 
12. Jennifer Suhr (USA) 6 points 

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Men's Long Jump Finalists 

1. Juan Miguel Echevarria (Cuba) 23 points (2 wins) 
2. Luvo Manyonga (South Africa) 18 points 
3. Tajay Gayle (Jamaica) 17 points (1 win) 
4. Ruswahl Samaai (South Africa) 16 points 
5. Miltiadis Tentoglou (Greece) 14 points 
6. Thobias Montler (Sweden) 8 points (1 win) 
7. Jianan Wang (China) 7 points 
8. Jeff Henderson (USA) 6 points 

 

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Men's Pole Vault Finalists 

1. Sam Kendricks (USA) 42 points (3 wins) 
2. Piotr Lisek (Poland) 41 points (2 wins) 
3. Armand Duplantis (Sweden) 26 points (1 win) 
4. Pawel Wojciechowski (Poland) 16 points 
5. Thiago Braz (Brazil) 15 points 
6. Seito Yamamoto (Japan) 15 points 
7. Cole Walsh (USA) 14 points 
8. Renaud Lavillenie (France) 11 points 
9. Valentin Lavillenie (France) 6 points 
10. Christopher Nilsen (USA) 5 points 
11. Ernest John Obiena (Philippines) 5 points 
12. Emmanouil Karalis (Greece) 5 points 

 

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September 2 and 3 will be the Balkan Championship in Prevats, Bulgaria
Some of the big name athletes will take part, the lineup : 

Men 

800 Meters - Christos Kotitsas
400 Meter Hurdlers - Petros Kyriakdis, Kostas Nakos
3000 Meter Steeplechase - Giorgios Mino 
Pole Vault - Emmanouli Karalis, Theodoros Chrisanthopoulos 
Long Jump - Miltos Tentoglou
Triple Jump - Dimitris Tsiamis, Pavlos Boftsis
Shot Put - Odysseas Mouzenidis, Nikolaos Skarvelis 
Hammer Throw - Mihail Anastasakis, Christos Frantzeskakis

Women 

100 Meters - Maria Gatou
200 Meters - Rafaela Spanoudaki, Irini Vasiliou
400 Meters - Irini Vasiliou 
1500 Meters - Anastasia Marinakou
100 Meter Hurdles - Elisavet Peseridou 
3000 Meter Steeplechase - Isabella Kotsachili
High Jump - Tatiana Gousin
Pole Vault - Eleni Polak 
Long Jump - Efthyma Kolokytha
Triple Jump - Paraskevi Papachristou 
Discus Throw - Chrisoula Anagnostopoulou
Hammer Throw - Stamatia Skarveli
 

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At the IAAF Hammer Throw Challenge in Hungary, Stamatia Skarvelis finished the meet in 5th with a seasons best of 68.99. Also, Mihail Anastasakis finished 5th at the same meet with a mark of 74.57. 

Edited by Molon Lave

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Don't understand why we don 't send full squads for the Balkan championships.

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I am guessing that a few might be competing in one of those IAAF World Challenge competitions or they could be injured. 
The problem is SEGAS does not report any injury updates regularly on the Greek athletes. 

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OH MY GOD! 
Canadian pole vaulter Alysha Newman just broke another Canadian national record, this time 4.82 indoors at the Zurich Diamond League Train Station! I would not be surprised if she medals in Doha this season. 

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23 hours ago, Molon Lave said:

I am guessing that a few might be competing in one of those IAAF World Challenge competitions or they could be injured. 
The problem is SEGAS does not report any injury updates regularly on the Greek athletes. 

That does not explain why we don't have athletes take part in 100, 400, 1,500, 110 hurdles,  High Jump, Discus Throw, Javelin Throw, relays (men) and 800, 400 hurdles, Shot Put, Javelin and relays (women)  

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Then our other athletes suck so bad they won't get to take part 

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That's no excuse. The young athletes need international experience to get better. Not only that in some of the disciplines we did not send athletes we could medal.

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In the Zurich Diamond League Finals, three Greeks either perform OK or downright pathetic.  The results :

Miltos Tentoglou - 5th 8.10

Paraskevi Papachristou 5th 14.33

Emmanuel Karalis - 13th 5.43

Edited by Molon Lave

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At the Balkan Championship, Christos Frantzeskakis threw a personal best and under 20 NR of 76.64, that mark punches his ticket to Doha. Congrats! 

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Irini Vasiliou ran a personal best of 51.75 and puts her into a trip to Doha!

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