|2004 Athens||470 class|
|2008 Beijing||Yngling class|
|ISAF Sailing World Championships|
|2003 Cadiz||470 class|
|470 World Championship|
|2000 Balatonfured||470 class|
|2001 Koper||470 class|
|2002 Cagliari||470 class|
|470 European Championship|
|2001 Dun Laoghaire||470 class|
|2002 Tallinn||470 class|
|2000 Dervio||470 class|
|Yngling European Championship|
|2007 Warnemunder||Yngling class|
She has participated in over 470 main class events including 2004 Summer Olympics sailing competition, where she won the gold medal in the women's double-handed dinghy event in the 470 with her pair Emilia Tsoulfa (Greece). After a serious back injury, she won a bronze medal in the yngling keelboat class at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Bekatorou was the first female flag bearer for Greece in the history of Summer Olympics at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, participating in the Olympic Games for the 4th time. She and partner Mike Pateniotis competed in the Nacra 17 event. They finished in 18th place.
- "Sofia Bekatorou". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 2013-12-06.
- Her racing history and attendacy[permanent dead link]
- Her involvement with International Children's Games
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Rio de Janeiro 2016
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