Krystalenia Gialama

Full Name Krystalenia Gialama (Κρυσταλένια Γιαλαμά)
Nation Greece
Birthdate August 27, 2004
Olympics 2020*
Status Active
Social Media Instagram
Career Highlights

Two-time European medalist and two-time bronze medalist at the 2019 European Cup… Swam at the 2019 and 2022 FINA World Championships… Competed at the 2021 and 2022 European Championships… World (x1) and European (x2) junior bronze medalist in 2022… Member of the 13-15 national team from 2017-2019.

2022: Competed in both senior and junior categories… Placed fourth in free combination, fifth in technical team, sixth in highlight and eighth in free team at the World Championships… Won bronze in free combination at the European Championships… Also finished fourth in technical team and free team there… Competed at the French Open and World Series Super Final in duet, combo and highlight… In junior, won bronze in highlight at the FINA World Junior Championships… Also finished fourth in free combination, and fifth in technical duet, free duet, free team… Won bronze in free combination and highlight at the European Junior Championships… Placed fourth in free team and fifth in technical duet and free duet there.

2021Selected for the Olympic team… Ultimately could not swim in Tokyo 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… Won silver in free combination at the European Championships.

2020Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Competed in both senior and 13-15 age categories…Placed sixth in free combination, and eighth in technical and free team 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 with the senior team and in solo… Swam at the inaugural FINA Youth World Championships, and placed ninth in duet and 10th in solo and team… Served as alternate to the free combination there.

2018: Won four bronze medals and a silver at the COMEN Cup across all four events and both Open and COMEN rankings (solo, duet, team, and combo).

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