Giorgos Iliopoulos wins second bronze medal for Greece at World Championships


Giorgos Iliopoulos has won a second bronze medal for Greece at the World Taekwondo Cadet Championship 2023 in Sarajevo. 

Iliopoulos reached third place in the -168cm (-59kg) category where a total of 46 athletes participated. At the same time, Maria Zineli (-164cm, -56kg) was 5th, as was Enrieta Berberi (-156cm, -51kg).

Earlier in the year, Iliopoulos came first in the European President’s Cup.

This is the second medal for Greece in the 2023 Championship and the sixth overall in the history of the competition.




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