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Vassiliki Arvaniti

Vassiliki Arvaniti

Medal record
Women's Volleyball
Competitor for  Greece
European Championships
Gold 2005 Moscow Beach
Gold 2007 Valencia Beach

Vassiliki Arvaniti (born March 17, 1985 in Athens, Greece) is a female beach volleyball player from Greece, who won the gold medal at the 2005 European Championships in Moscow, Russia, partnering Vasso Karadassiou. She represented her native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in her home town. Later, she took part in London Olympics 2012 with Maria Tsartsiani who was later injured. Since 2013, her teammate has become Peny Karagkouni who used to play indoor with whom she took part in many international competitions.


Preceded by
Women's FIVB World Tour "Most Improved"
Succeeded by
 Leila Barros (BRA)
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