Antigoni Drisbioti set to prepare in Melbourne for 2024 Paris Olympic Games


Greek race walker Antigoni Drisbioti is set to commence her preparation in Melbourne, Victoria for the 2024 Paris Olympic games

Guided by last year’s experience, Drisbioti will focus on preparations at both the training centre in Melbourne, and at the camps during her stay there.

According to Segas, the Greek athlete leaves for Australia on December 1, where she will stay until March 30. 

Drisbioti will practice with coach Brent Valance’s group alongside the silver medallist at the Budapest World Championships, Gemina Montag, and will have the possibility to take part in other competitions as well.

The Greek athlete’s first goal of the year is the 20km in the 2024 European Athletics Championships which will take place on June 7. Drisbioti’s main goal is to compete in the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris held from 26 July – 11 Aug.

Source: Segas




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