In the international meeting of Limassol in Cyprus, Miltos Tendoglou participated and made a positive start to his season in the long jump, easily winning the first place.
In first place again
With a jump of 8.26m, Tedoglou was comfortably on top and showed good form early on, with the next World Championships scheduled for August.
Tedoglou started his competition with a jump of 8.25m, then had a disqualification, his third being 8.17m, followed by a disqualification on his fourth jump. Immediately after, he reached 8.22 meters and “closed” the race, with his best effort, at 8.26 meters. Second in the Limassol race was Tobias Modler with 7.96 meters, while Andreas Pantazis was in 6th place, with a jump of 7.44 meters.
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