Sports unite people and we were blessed to be present at Costa Navarino on the weekend of October 15-17, supporting the #navarinochallenge and connecting with a ton of amazing Champions and LIFE winners.
Miltos Tentoglou, a Greek track and field athlete who competes in the long jump won the gold medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics with a jump at 8,41 metres. He holds a personal best of 8.60 meters while he has won three consecutive times the European title at the 2018 European Championships, the 2019 European Indoor Championships and the 2021 European Indoor Championships. He also competed at the 2015 World Youth Championships in Athletics and won a silver medal at the 2016 IAAF World U20 Championships.
Miltos became really popular this last summer in the Anime community after he paid tribute to the popular Comic Series One Piece by imitating Luffy’s Gear Second during his introduction at the Tokyo Olympics.
Miltos’ success has been a direct result of the coaching and training provided by Georgi Pomashki, a retired Bulgarian triple jumper and longtime trainer who has guided many successful athletes in Greece such as Voula Patoulidou, Voula Tsiamita, Olga Vasdeki and Voula Papachristou. Pomaski himself has had a long career in track and field, having finished sixth at the 1986 European Indoor Championships, fourth at the 1986 European Championships and eighth at the 1987 European Indoor Championships, while having competed at the 1987 World Championships. He became the Bulgarian champion in 1983, before Khristo Markov took five titles in a row and also became the Bulgarian indoor champion in 1985 and 1988. His personal best in triple jump was 17.03 metres, achieved in August 1988 in Budapest and 7.95 metres in the long jump, achieved in July 1988 in Pleven.
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