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Ageliki Andriopoulou

Ageliki Andriopoulou

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Ageliki Andriopoulou, active athlete for over 30 years, is one of Greece’s most successful Waterskiers ever. She was National Champion in every age category for 23 years from 1988 till 2011. Excluding injury breaks, she held Open Greek National Records in Overall, Slalom and Tricks from 1994 until today and in Jump from 1994 until 2015.
Her International achievements included 1992 Europe Africa Junior Overall and Trick Gold medals and 1993 Junior Gold medals in all events, 1996 U21 Jump Gold medal,1997 U21 Jump, Trick and Overall Gold medals, 1997 Mediterranean Games Overall Gold medal, 1997 World Games Trick Gold medal, 1997 Mediterranean Games Overall Gold medal and 2005 World Games Jump and Slalom Gold medals. Europe Africa Open Overall Gold Medals in I995,1996,1998, 1999 and 2002. Other Gold medals included 2005 and 2006 World Cup Jump in Enniskillen Northern Ireland, 2007 Moomba Masters Jump, 2007 U.S Open Jump, French Masters Jump and World Cup Jump in Dubna, Russia, and 2008 World Cup Jump in Putrajaya, Malaysia. She was also IWWF World Jump Champion in 2005, 2007 and 2009 and in 2007 in Linz, Austria, set a World Championships Jump Record of 54.9m. Other contributions included Europe Africa and World TC Athlete Rep 2007-2015, participation in IWWF IOC Exec. Board demonstration in Seville, Spain, and lobbied with passion for Waterskiing inclusion in the Athens 2004 Olympics. Her National Association of Sport Press awards included 1990 Best Young Rising Athlete of the Year, and 2007 for her 20 years of sports achievements.

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