World indoor title will be toughest gold medal to win, says Stefanidi
Thursday, 01 March 2018 09:27

World indoor title will be toughest gold medal to win, says Stefanidi

Written by IAAF- Dean Hardman
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Katerina Stefanidi has a rather impressive medal collection.

Following her title-winning performance at the European Championships in July 2016, the now 28-year-old embarked on a winning streak at major championships that saw her secure gold medals at the Rio Olympics later that summer, the European Indoor Championships 12 months ago and the IAAF World Championships in London in August.

 

The Greek athlete is undoubtedly the vaulter to beat in championship competition, but one title still eludes her: the IAAF World Indoor Championships.

 

“Since Rio it feels like there’s a target on my back and everybody’s goal is to beat me,” she smiles.

Read the rest of the article at https://www.iaaf.org/news/feature/world-indoor-birmingham-2018-stefanidi-morris

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