|Full Name||Evangelia ‘Evelina’ Papazoglou (Εβελίνα Παπάζογλου)|
|Birthdate||January 14, 1995|
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Two-time Olympian… Placed 10th in duet with current duet partner Evangelia Platanioti, where they placed 10th… Competed at the 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019 FINA World Championships… Swam at the 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018 European Championships, and the 2015, 2017 and 2019 European Cup… One-time gold and silver medalist, and six-time bronze medalist at the European Cup…Competed at the 2014 World Cup…Has been on the senior national team since 2010.
2021: Selected for the Olympic duet and team… Only swam in free duet preliminary in Tokyo… Ultimately could not finishing competing in both events because of a Covid-19 outbreak within the team on-site… Earned a bronze medal and helped team secure spot to Tokyo at the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament… Served as reserve to the free combination at the European Championships… Underwent minor knee surgery in early October.
2020: Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.
2019: Placed sixth in free combination, eighth in technical and free team, and ninth in technical and free duet at the FINA World Championships…Won two bronze medals in technical and free team at the European Cup… Also competed at the Hellas Beetles Cup.
2018: Finished fourth in technical combo, fifth in free duet, free team and technical team, and sixth in technical duet at the European Championships…Competed in four world series meets – Paris, Tokyo, Budapest and Syros.
2017: Finished eighth in technical and free duet, ninth in technical and free team, and seventh in free combination at the world championship…Won bronze in technical and free duet, and silver in free combination at the European Cup… Earned a bronze medal in duet at the Japan Open…Won two gold medals (TD, FD) at the Hellas Beetles Cup, and another gold at the 2017 European Cup in highlight.
2016: Placed 10th at the Olympic Games in Rio in duet with Evangelia Platanioti…Finished fourth in free team, and fifth in technical team and combo at the European Championships.