Greek Pole Vaulter Katerina Stefanidi Wins Gold At London World Championships
Katerina Stefanidi won her third gold gold medal in a year, breaking Greece’s paul vault record with a 4,91m jump during the World Championships in London on Sunday.
The Greek champion beat her main rival, Sandi Morris from the US, through optimum tactics and perfect jumps up to just below her personal best of 4.86 meters.
That was the fifth gold medal Greece has ever won in a World Championship.
Source: Greek Reporter
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