World Indoor Champion again

Miltos Tedoglou did it again and was crowned world champion at the indoor championships in Glasgow, taking his total medals tally to 10.

World Champion title back to Mildo Tedoglou. Just before turning 26, the Greek champion defended his title in Glasgow, and after Belgrade in 2022 he again wore the gold medal at the world indoor athletics, when he reached a height of 8.22 meters.

Heading into Glasgow with the world's second-best mark (8.26), Tedoglou sent an early message in the final, clearing 8.22m on his first jump to reach the podium.

In the second he rose to 7.94, while his third attempt was false. At that time Tendoglou and Fullani equaled 8.22m, but the Greek champion got the upper hand thanks to his second-best jump.

But in the 4th attempt, the 19-year-old Italian jumped 8.10 meters and temporarily moved to the top spot. However, Tedoklo immediately reached 8.15 m. Hit the top again.

The Italian's jump was disallowed on the sixth attempt, and Tedoglou was awarded the gold medal. The Greek champion's sixth effort of 8.19m confirmed his stability in another major event and that he is practically invincible.

First place was decided on the second best jump as both athletes jumped 8.22m from their first attempt, Tedoglou with 8.19.

Somehow, Tedoklo joined the closed club of athletes who have won the World Indoor Championships in the long jump at least twice. He managed to win the event five times in a row (1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001), next to Larry Mirix (1987 and 1989), Mauro Vinicius da Silva (2012, 2014) and the legendary Ivan Pedroso. That's how Tedoklo came He has won 10 medals (nine gold) at the Olympic, World and European Indoor and Outdoor Championships, in the men's category, and has also claimed first place in the Diamond League.

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