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SOCCER
Mitroglou seals Olympiakos's triumph
By George Georgakopoulos
Costas Mitroglou returned to scoring after 10 months to seal a famous victory for Olympiakos in the Champions League as the Greek champion defeated visiting Atletico Madrid 3-2 on Tuesday for a perfect start to the tournament.
 INSIDE SPORTS
SOCCER
Mitroglou rediscovers scoring touch after Fulham let-down
Costas Mitroglou banished the memories of his disappointing spell in England after breaking a 10-month goal drought as Olympiakos ...
SOCCER
Mitroglou seals Olympiakos´s 3-2 triumph over Atletico
Costas Mitroglou returned to scoring after 10 long months to seal a famous victory for Olympiakos in the Champions League as the G...
SOCCER
Olympiakos, Atletico gear up for Champions League opener
A rousing 2-1 La Liga victory at Real Madrid on Saturday may suggest otherwise, but Atletico Madrid is still rebuilding after losi...
WATER POLO
Greece wins women´s U19 Europeans in water polo
Greece won the women’s European Under-19 Championship in Italy beating the host in Sunday’s final, for what was the country’s seco...
SOCCER
Veria alone on Super League summit
Olympiakos appeared in fine shape ahead of its Champions League premiere against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, beating visiting OFI ...
COMMENTARY
Greece among the world’s sporting elite
Sunday was a sour day for Greek fans, given the elimination from the World Basketball Cup to Serbia and the home loss to Romania i...
SOCCER
Greece loses to 10-man Romania at home on Ranieri´s debut
In one of its poorest home matches in recent memory Greece lost 1-0 to 10-man Romania behind closed doors in Piraeus at the openin...
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WATER POLO
Greece wins women's U19 Europeans in water polo
 
Greece won the women’s European Under-19 Championship in Italy beating the host in Sunday’s final, for what was the country’s second gold medal in the competition’s history.
SOCCER
Aris is relegated to the third division
 
Popular Thessaloniki club Aris will not play in the second division this season, following its relegation from the Super League in spring, but will go straight to the third division, the top tier of amateur soccer in Greece.

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FINANCE
OMT may be key to full market access
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
Greece’s qualification for OMT could follow a debt relief agreement with the EU, its graduation from the program, confirmation of economic recovery in the third quarter and fresh data pointing to the overshooting of this year’s primary budget surplus, set at 1.5 percent of GDP.
LIFE
EXHIBITION
The birth of the Aegean
By Christina Sanoudou
The history of how its distinctive archipelago was formed over the course of 20 million-plus years, and how the islands became the cradles of culture and in many cases the fields of great battles, is the subject of an exhibition at the Eugenides Foundation.
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SASMOS
The mediators of Crete's warring families
By Yiannis Papadopoulos
In Livadia and nearby Anogeia, as in other villages on Crete, the compromise achieved by a mediator is known as a “sasmos.” It is a process whose origins have been lost in the mists of time but it survives to this day.
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