Emmanuel Karalis: The unlikely jump that sent him to his podium near the world track championship

He wrote history in . The leading Greek epicontinator managed to find himself in the top three of the world with a terrible leap at 5.85. The battle for the gold medal continues. After fourth place at the Olympics, Emmanuel Karalis took another big step. He managed to win a medal in a world championship, making a terrible final in the short distance. The Greek champion managed to pass 5.85, a performance that was sufficient to bring him to the medals, as only two athletes were able to exceed the same limit. The invincible Dubladis and American Kendricks. The unlikely jump that sent him to the medals: Please note that this is not the best performance of Emmanuel Karalis. The Greek champion has the national record by jumping to 5.86m. from 2023 to the SEF.

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