Nikos Dimitriadis (1970), M.Sc., is a Professor of Physical Fitness – and an Exercise Physiologist. From 1997 to 2013 he provided ergometric services at the Greek Air Force Academy and has also been part of the team at the Ergometric Center Ergodiagnosi.
Today he is head of the Ergometric Center, myathlete, located within the Holmes Place Glyfada premises.
From 2000 to 2009 he was national team coach, and from 2005 to 2009 he was responsible for training national and local team coaches in Greece on issues regarding endurance and semi-endurance for marathon runners and race-walkers. Between 2008-2009, he was appointed Head of Sector on Endurance for the Greek Athletics Federation.
His greatest coaching achievements to date are: the Gold Medal at the 2004 Olympics with the athlete Athanasia Tsoumeleka, the Silver Medal at the European Games in Holland Track Cycling (2011) with the athlete Chris Volikakis, and 4th place in the Olympic Games of 2012 with the National Sailing Team of Russia, (Skudina Ekaterina Team).
He deals with ergometrics and coaching. His research interests include altitude training and the effect of carbohydrates on physical performance. He is married with two children. He was a track athlete on the 800m race in the past, and in recent years he is a marathon runner.
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