Olga Kaidantzi

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Olga Kaidantzi (Greek: Όλγα Καϊδαντζή; born 17 July 1979) is a Greek sprinter who specializes in 200 metres competitions.

She reached the semi-finals in Athletics at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's 200 metres and she was a member of the Greek 4×100 metres relay team which finished sixth in the 2001 World Championships in Athletics along with Georgia Kokloni, Frosso Patsou and Ekaterini Thanou.[1][2][3] She participated in the 2002 European Athletics Championships and made it through the semi-finals. She is also five times Greek champion in 200 metres (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 & 2009). Her personal best time is 22.88 since 12 June 2004. This places her second in the all-time Greek performers list behind Ekaterini Koffa

2005-2008[edit]

After a long break (2005–2008) due to various serious injuries, Olga Kaidantzi came back in 2009 to become the best Greek sprinter in the 200 metres and won the title of Greek champion with a time of 23.93 seconds (Greek outdoor championships).[4]

Personal information[edit]

Place of birth: Athina, Attiki, Greece
Height: 5'8" (172 cm)
Weight: 128 lbs (58 kg)[5]

Personal bests[edit]

60 metres 100 metres 200 metres
7,43 sec 11,56 sec 22,88 sec

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Achievements[edit]

  • 1998: 8th semi-final World Junior Championships Annecy [7]
  • 2001: 5th European champ u23,[8]
    4th mediterranean games[9]
  • 2002: semi-finals 2002 European Athletics Championships [10]
  • 2004: 6th European cup (super league),[11]
    semi-finals athens 2004 Summer Olympics [12]

Sources[edit]

  • start list of the final 4x100 relay edmonton 2001 [1]
  • profile on sports-reference [2]
  • profile on segas [3]
  • iaaf profile [4]

References[edit]