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The historic venue “Venizelia 2018” was held for the 70th time on Saturday, June 2, at the National Stadium of Chania, organized by the Athletic Club of Chania Kydon, with co-organizers the Region of Crete Municipality of Chania and the Hellenic National Research Foundation “El. K. Venizelos “, the support of the GGA and the approval of SEGAS. We had several good performances during the games in Chania, where the fans flocked to it by giving a dynamic presence.

Launching was announced by Ioulios Sinadinos (General Secraitery of Sports) who had a meeting with the administration of the Chania National Stadium.

Also excellent was the thought of the organizers and the chairman of AC Kydon Sakis Kouvatsos, with the initiative of realizing the relay “Irini (Peace)” in the stadium.

Specifically, 800 young people from 4 Municipalities of the Prefecture of Chania and 28 clubs participated in the event for Peace in the wider region of the Eastern Mediterranean.

The culmination of the event was the participation of the Brazilian folklore group “Capoeira”, which presented part of their work to the spectators and were applauded.

In the games now, Irene Vassiliou made the EAA limit at 400m for the European Championship in her first appearance for the 2018 event. Also good was the 20-year-old Barbara Grill, who was fourth at 400m with 55.06, a new personal record.

The Ukrainian world triple champion, Olia Salalountuha was the winner in the triple with 14.20m, which was her best this year’s performance, with Russian Irina Gumeyuk second with 13.58.

We had a very good race for the 200m women, where Rafaela Spanoudakis finished first at 23.24 and lost the threshold for the European Berlin for a while. The same goes for Artemis Anastasiou who finished 4th at 24.13 and did not manage for a few tenths to make the limit for World Junior Championships in Tampere. Victoria Ziakkina from Kazakhstan finished second at 23.35.