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  1. Both athletes are favorites to win gold medals as they are European leaders in both of their respective disciplines. Watch for Kostas Zikos to make another potential finals in the men's 60 meters. In the women's pole vault, the whole field appears to be favorable for Eleni Polak to get a medal as she is entering the competition second in Europe with her personal indoor best of 4.71, only Holly Bradshaw of Great Britain has a higher mark leading at 4.88.
  2. Arsenal isn't doing too well in the EPL, 11th in the league. I believe Olympiakos can advance into their first ever quarterfinal appearance in the UEFA Europa League (UEFA Cup).
  3. GOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2-1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HASSAN SCORES!!!
  4. Olympiakos will need a late magic to advance just like last year in London.
  5. The 4 athletes that I mentioned will be going to Poland along with middle distant runner Anastasia Marinakou (1,500 meters). So 20 in total. 👍
  6. I am not expecting a win for Greece here, but I want Greece to put up a great fight like they did in Italy, where they lost 2-0.
  7. 15 Greek athletes will be taking part in next weeks European Indoor Athletics Championship in Torun, Poland. Men's 60 meters - Kostas Zikos, Giannis Nyfantopoulos 1,500 meters - Andreas Dimitrakis 60 meter hurdles - Kostas Douvalidis Pole Vault - Kostas Filippidis Long Jump - Miltiadis Tentoglou, Alexandros Peristeris Women's 60 meters - Rafaela Spanoudaki, Maria Gatou, Kelly Samani 400 meters - Irini Vassiliou 1,500 meters - Konstantina Giannopoulou 60 meter hurdles - Elisabeth Peseridou Pole Vault - Eleni Polak Triple Jump - Paraskevi Papachristou
  8. Sadly, Tsitsipas was never in this game. He was physically drained from the Nadal match. Medvedev dominated from the first set and beyond. 15 aces to only 3 from Tsitsipas (3 double faults). He won 4 of his 5 break points, only one from Tsitsipas. The final score : 4-6, 2-6, 5-7.
  9. Miltiadis Tentoglou currently is the world indoor leader with a jump of 8.21 in Lievin, France.
  10. At the World Athletics Indoor Tour in Torun, Poland (Where the European Indoor is held), Paraskevi Papachristou broke her indoor personal best at 14.60.
  11. The upcoming European Athletics Indoor Championship will take place in Torun, Poland March 4-7, 2021. Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou and Nikolaos Scarvelis both have decided not to take part of the competition.
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