Croatian Athlete Sandra Elkasevic Wins Record 7th Consecutive Discus Title at European Championships

Published yesterday at 23:25, Updated yesterday at 23:35

Croatian athlete Sandra Elkasevic made history by winning her seventh consecutive discus title at the European Championships on Saturday. This remarkable achievement marks the first time an athlete has accomplished this feat in the history of the Championships.

Elkasevic, who is also a double Olympic champion and double world champion, secured her record-breaking victory in Rome with a throw of 67.04 meters on her first attempt. The 33-year-old athlete outperformed her competitors, including Jorinde Van Klinken from the Netherlands and Liliana Ca from Portugal.

Despite the sparse crowd at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, Elkasevic’s performance was met with excitement and admiration from fans and fellow athletes. Meanwhile, French athlete Mélina Robert-Michon, the eldest member of the French team at 44 years old, finished in 9th place with a throw of 60.87 meters.

Elkasevic’s historic win adds to her already impressive resume, solidifying her status as one of the greatest discus throwers of all time. Her continued success on the international stage sets a new standard for excellence in the sport of athletics.