Efthymis Iliadis wins silver medal at World Taekwondo Championship 2023

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Efthymis Iliadis has won second place in the -176cm (-64kg) category at the World Taekwondo Cadet Championship 2023 in Sarajevo. 

Danai Barbopoulou came 5th in the corresponding category of girls, marking the Greek presence in the final of the World Championship for boys and girls.

With Iliadis’ medal, Greece reached a total of three medals in the event held in the capital of Bosnia (3rd place Kalogirou, 3rd place Iliopoulos) and 7 in the history of the competition.

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