Christos Volikakis

OVERVIEW

Christos Volikakis

  • Track Cycling
  • 25/3/1988
  • Sponsoring Partnership Since 2017
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BIOGRAPHY

Christos Volikakis is a world champion track cyclist. He was born on March 25th, 1988 in Volos, Greece.

His height is 1.71m and he weights 83 kg.

Christos has been distinguished several times in local and international sport events, as well as being the first Greek track cyclist to win a gold medal at the world championship. He has won numerous Greek Championship medals and has also set 9 national records (200m -9.824, 1000m-1.00.743).

Moreover, he won the World Cup at the UCI Track World Cup 2011-2012 in Astana, Kazakhstan and, five years later, he came 2nd at the UCI Track World Cup, in UK. 

The Greek champion is part of Panathinaikos A.C. Cycling Team and has represented Greece at the Olympic Games of 2008, 2012 and 2016, gaining international recognition. 

In November 2017, he won the silver medal at the World Cup, in Poland. 

ACHIEVEMENTS 16

2019
World Cup Champion, Omnium
2017
World Championship
United Kingdom
2nd place
2017
European Championship (Men’s Elite Scratch)
Germany
2nd place
2017
European Championship
France
2nd place
2017
European Championship (Men’s Elite Scratch)
France
4th place
2017
European Cup
Russia
3rd place
2017
European Cup
France
3rd place
2017
Giorni di Torino
Italy
6 gold medals (Flying Lap), 2 gold medals (Scratch), 1 bronze medal (Point Race) & 1 bronze medal (Madison)
2017
Grand Prix
Czech Republic
2 gold medals (Omnium & Point Race), 1 silver medal (Scratch)
2017
Sei Giorni Delle Rose
Italy
2 gold medals & 3 silver medals (flying lap)
2017
Grand Prix
Czech Republic
2 gold medals (Omnium & Point Race), 1 silver medal (Scratch)
2016
Olympic Games
Rio de Janeiro
12th place
2015
Sei Giorni Delle Rose Men Elite
Italy
2 gold medals (200m & Keirin)
2015
European Cup
Germany
1st place at the keirin race event
2015
European Meeting
Poland
3rd place (200m & Keirin)
2015
World Cup
Colombia
th place at the Keirin race event

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