Dafne's Biography

Intro

This visual biography highlights Dafne’s most valuable moments throughout her athletics career. It all started at her club Hellas when she was nine years old. At the age of 17 she made her international debut at the European Junior Championships in Novi Sad. The following ten years have brought Dafne many records, titels, medals and wonderful moments. A visual selection of which can be chronologically viewed below. For more facts and figures of Dafne’s career, check out Dafne’s Wikipedia page.

1992Baby Dafne
2003First race, first medal
2005Club champions Hellas
2009National medals
2009First International tournament. 4th place Heptathlon at the European Junior Championships in Novi Sad
2010World Junior Champion Heptathlon in Moncton
2011European Junior Champion Heptathlon in Tallinn
2012European Championships 200M final in Helsinki
2012200M Heptathlon at the Olympic Games in London
2013European Champion U23 100M in Tampere
2013Javelin throw at the World Championships in Moscow
2013After the last heptathlon event (800M) at the World Championships in Moscow
2013Bronze medal Heptathlon at the World Championships in Moscow
2014Victory at the European Championships in Zürich
2014European Champion 100M in Zürich
2014European Champion 200M in Zürich
2015Silver 100M at the World Championships in Beijing
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2015When seeing 21.63 after crossing the finish line
2015World Champion, new European record holder and 3rd fastest woman ever on the 200M at the World Championships in Beijing
2016Equaled the Dutch record with 7.00 on the 60M in Berlin
2016Silver at the World Indoor Championships in Portland
2016European Champion 100M in Amsterdam
2016European Champion 4x100M relay in Amsterdam
2016100M Final at the Olympics in Rio
2016Right after crossing the finish line and winning silver at the Olympics in Rio
2016Medal ceremony with the Dutch King after the 200M in Rio
2016Winner of the Diamond League Trophy 200M in Zürich
2017Bronze medal winner 100M at the World Championships in London
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2017World Champion 200M in London
2017Medal ceremony World Championships London
2018Bronze medal 100M at the European Championships in Berlin
2018Silver medal 200M at the European Championships in Berlin
2018Silver medal 4X100M relay at the European Championships in Berlin
2019What’s next?