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Georgios Roubanis (in Greek: Γεωργιος Ρουμπανης) is a Greek athlete. At the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games, he won a bronze medal in the pole vault, as he scored 4.50m (Greek record at the time). In order to attend the Melbourne event, Roubanis lost a semester of his studies at UCLA, U.S.A. He abandoned athletics in 1961. After studying political economics, he got his master's degree in local self-government. He had worked in the USA for 5 years as a management consultant, for a movie company. He had also set up an advertising company and a printing plant. In sports, he served as the President of the Panhellenic Association of Calisthenics and founded several other associations.

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