In its post, Astrapi came to remind us of all the international awards it has achieved as a club from 1997 until today:
“On the occasion of the club’s latest world awards, we find the opportunity to take a historical look back to the distant 1997 when Vassilis Fotomaras brought the first Pan-European medal to our city. From then until today the A.S. Astrapi club has achieved many Global and Pan-European distinctions that make it one of the most historic clubs in our city”.
•2022 Panagopoulos Apostolis 5th st
Boys/Girls World Championship
•2022 Pantou Despina 9th in the Junior/Junior World Championships
• 2010 Panopoulos Anastasis 3rd in the World Open Olympic categories in France.
• 2010 Petropoulos Vlassis 5th World Junior Champion.
• 2010 Petropoulos Vlassis 5th in the Pan-European Men’s Championship.
• 2009 Antonakopoulos Christovasilis 4th in the Pan-European Junior Championships in Sweden.
• 2009 Petropoulos Vlassis 5th in the Pan-European Junior Championship.
• 2007 Ramadanis Spyros 5th in the Pan-European Junior Championships.
• 2006 Antonakopoulos Christovasilis 5th in the World Juniors.
• 2005 Kakarelis Nikos 5th in the Pan-European Men’s Championship.
• 2005 George Alexopoulos 5th in the Pan-European Children’s Championship.
• 2005 Sarli Danae 5th in the Junior Pan-European Championship.
• 2004 Litsa Ioanna 5th in the World University.
• 2004 Kotsokolos Aggelos 5th at the World Junior Championships in Korea.
• 2003 Kotsokolos Aggelos 5th in the Pan-European Junior Championship.
• 2000 Tsakonas Yiannis and Litsa Ioanna 5th place in the World Youth Championship.
• 1997 Fotomaras Vassilis 3rd in the Pan-European Junior Championship.
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