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Draco: Silver medal in the 50 meter dash. Free and reduce the Olympic Games

Draco: Silver medal in the 50 meter dash.  Free and reduce the Olympic Games

Nora Drako is charming and has an amazing Greek record in the 50 meter dash. The freestyle (24.59) took the silver medal at the European Championships in Belgrade, second in this event and at the same time secured its presence in the individual event at the Olympic Games in Paris.

the Nora Draco The 32-year-old swimmer took off and didn’t stop after taking silver in the 50m. Backstroke, and won a silver medal in the 50 meter race. Free at the European Championships in Belgrade, setting a new Greek record with 24.59, While she ensured her presence in one of the individual events within the Olympic Games in Paris.

Panathinaikos champion took the relay 4 x 100 m. Mixed mixed team From the World Championships in Doha, but now he will swim in and around Paris 50 m freestyle.

In the event preliminaries, with 24.89, he took Nyeri Nyagwara’s Hellenic record, 24.93 from the 50m final. Free at the 2012 Debrecen European Championship where Niagara finished third and Draco fifth.

Nora Draco: The girl who found her hidden treasure

Sta In the semi-finals Draco swam a time of 25.11 She ranked eighth in the final, but that did not deter her, so she competed in the eighth session and won the silver medal with 24.59. He “broke” the Hellenic record, “touched” the gold medal, while also taking home the gold medal Limit (24.70) To participate in this event at the Olympic Games in Paris and it was done The tenth member For the national team with Olympic qualification in the individual event.

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Meanwhile, it was uploaded to 12 Medals for the national swimming team in this European Championship (three gold, five silver, four bronze). Greek swimming before the matches in the capital of Serbia was counted 26 medals in the European Championships.

Final ranking

  • 1. Petra Sinazky (Hungary) 24.56
  • 2. Nora Drakou (Greece) 24.59
  • 3. Julie Jensen (Denmark) 24.79
  • 4. Cornelia Vidkiewicz (Poland) 24.82
  • 5. Gianna Pavalic (Croatia) 24.85
  • 6. Kalia Antonio (Cyprus) 25.13
  • 7. Jessica Felsner (Germany) 25.19
  • 8. Barbora Janíková (Czech Republic) 25.38