Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou a Greek pole vaulter, who won the bronze medal at the World Championships in Beijing in 2015 jumping 4.80m. During the 2015 season, she set five Greek records (indoor and outdoor) raising the bar to 4.83 meters. The same year, she became the first Greek athlete to win the IAAF Diamond League.
After becoming a mother to a baby girl in 2017, she announced her return to competition for 2018 and went onto win the silver medal at the 2018 European Championships.
For all her fans out there, you must read Women Fitness’ exclusive interview with Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou.
You started out competing in gymnastics but soon realised your love for pole vault, what lead you to realise this?
It’s the sense of freedom that pole vaulting has. I feel like I’m flying during my vault, trying to reach the sky!
What is the best part about being a professional athlete?
Professionalism is part of my mentality in anything I do. This includes determination and hard work to reach my targets. Being a professional athlete is the result of my way of behaviour doing sports. I enjoy this every moment. Digging deeper into it, one of the bright sides is the travelling and to see a lot of places!
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