European champion Antigoni Drisbioti to take part in Australian Walk Race Championships


European champion race walker, Antigoni Drisbioti, will take part in the Chemist Warehouse Australian 20km Race Walk Championships at Fawkner Park in South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria in February. She arrives in Victoria on February 3.

Drisbioti, the “Golden Greek” European walking champion at 35 km and 20 km, will be joined by other top walkers for the 20km race in Melbourne.

Antigoni Drisbioti. Photo: The National Herald.

The leading Greek athlete is currently preparing at a sports training camp in Canberra, the ACT and will finish her training in Melbourne.

Drisbioti will return to Greece on Tuesday, February 14 after two months of hard preparation in Canberra.




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