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Theodoros Chatzitheodorou

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Name  Theodoros Chatzitheodorou
Role  Player

Height  1.90 m
Weight  100 kg

Theodoros Chatzitheodorou (Greek: Θεόδωρος Χατζηθεοδώρου [θeˈoðoɾos xadziθeoˈðoɾu], born 1 October 1976) is a retired Greek water polo player and current coach.

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Chatzitheodorou started his career at Ilisiakos and then moved to Olympiacos where he played for fifteen consecutive seasons (1995–2010), winning 27 major titles (1 LEN Euroleague, 1 LEN Supercup, 12 Greek Championships, 11 Greek Cups and 2 Greek Supercups) and being voted Best European Player of the Year in 2001. He captained Olympiacos for several years and was a key player in Olympiacos' 2002 Quardruple (LEN Champions League, LEN Super Cup, Greek Championship, Greek Cup all in 2002).

In 2010–2011 season he played for VK Partizan, where he won the LEN Euroleague, the Serbian Championship, the Serbian Cup and the Eurointer Cup.

He has 156 appearances with Greece national water polo team, with whom he won the Bronze Medal in the 2005 World Championship in Montreal and the Bronze Medal in the 2004 World League in Long Beach.

He is currently the record holder of titles (31) in the history of Greek team sports.

Club career

  • 1993–1995 Ilisiakos
  • 1995–2010 Olympiacos
  • 2010–2011 Partizan
  • 2011–2012 Chios
  • 2012–2013 Nireas Lamias
  • Club

    Olympiacos

  • LEN Euroleague (1): 2001–02
  • LEN Super Cup (1): 2002
  • Greek Championship (12): 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • Greek Cup (11): 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • Greek Super Cup (2): 1997, 1998
  • Partizan

  • LEN Euroleague (1) : 2010–11
  • Serbian Championship (1): 2010–11
  • Serbian Cup (1): 2010–11
  • Eurointer League (1): 2010–11
  • National team

  • Bronze Medal in 2005 World Championship, Montreal
  • Bronze Medal in 2004 World League, Long Beach
  • 4th in 2004 Olympic Games, Athens
  • 6th in 1996 Olympic Games, Atlanta
  • Individual

  • Best European Player in 2001
  • References

    Theodoros Chatzitheodorou Wikipedia


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