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High Jump men European Athletics Championships odds

Who wins Men's High Jump at the European Athletics Championships 2018?

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The start of the European Athletics Championship is getting closer as many fans are excited to see this continental tournament. As the 4500 athletes and the 52 nations are stepping up their preparations, we take a look at the High Jump contents. On that note, it is important to emphasize that there are various top class athletes that will take part of this unique competition.

One notable athlete that will have a big role in this competition is Danil Lysenko.
Danil Lysenko showed the poise and steel of an athlete far in excess of his 20 years of age to defeat reigning world outdoor champion Mutaz Essa Barshim in the high jump on the first day of the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham.

The 20 years old Russian athlete will aim for the gold in Berlin as he is heading into the contest of the wings of his recent success.
One of the most notable results was Danil Lysenko win at the men's high jump final during the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham earlier this year. This remarkable result puts Lysenko as one of the main favourites to win the High Jump Contest at the European Athletics Championship. His talent and desire will be the main catalyst for reaching new heights in his career.

However, the Russian athlete will be facing a swift competition from Mateusz Przybylko. The German athlete is one of the promising stars at the European Athletics Championship. Many pundits and sports fans are eager to see his result at the High Jump Contest. The 26 years old German has won his first major medal with bronze in the high jump at the World Indoor Championships. It was his first medal and will surely give him more confidence and motivation to target the goal. Przybylko has stated that he is stepping up his preparations during the summer and he is on the right track to get into a top class form in order to challenge Lysenko in Berlin.

All in all, the High Jump contest will be one of the most exciting competitions at the European Athletics Championship. Rivals such as Lysenko and Przybylko will surely increase the competitive edge of this contest. That may also motivate the other participants to make their mark at this unique contest.