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TRACK & FIELD
Long jumper Tsatoumas takes Greece's second silver at European Championships
Greece won its second medal at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, Switzerland, on Sunday with Louis Tsatoumas coming second in the long jump.
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SOCCER
Greek soccer officials in refereeing probe to face prosecutor on Sept 15
Eleven soccer officials were on Wednesday given until September 15 before they have to face prosecutor Aristidis Koreas, who is in...
ATHLETICS
Long jumper Tsatoumas takes Greece´s second silver at European Championships
Greece won its second medal at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, Switzerland, on Sunday with Louis Tsatoumas coming ...
SWIMMING
Silver for Greece in 5k team event at European Swimming Championships
Greece claimed the silver in the team 5 kilometer event at the 32nd European Swimming Championships in Berlin on Saturday. The Gre...
ATHLETICS
Stefanidi wins silver in women´s pole vault at European Championships
Katerina Stefanidi won a silver medal for Greece in the women’s pole vault at the European Athletics Championship in Zurich on Thu...
Four soccer players cheated to win bets, probe suggests
Four soccer players from a Super League team colluded with others to affect the course of games so they could win thousands of eur...
SOCCER
Barcelona´s Afellay joins Olympiakos on one-year loan deal
Barcelona have agreed to loan Dutch attacking midfielder Ibrahim Afellay to Greek champions Olympiakos Piraeus for the 2014-15 sea...
Asteras Tripolis knocks out German side Mainz to make Europa League playoffs
Asteras Tripolis sprung a surprise in the Europa League on Thursday, beating German side Mainz 3-1 to advance from the third quali...
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TRACK & FIELD
Pole vault record on same day as three doping cases
 
Greek track and field had a mixed weekend, as on the same day as Katerina Stefanidi matched the national record in pole vault as well as the leading result in Europe so far this season, three Greek athletes were confirmed to have used banned substances, including Greece’s shot put champion.
VOLLEYBALL
Volleyball national team second in European League
 
Much as the national volleyball team tried to repeat in the finals of the European League the feat it had achieved in the semifinals, it failed to overturn the advantage Montenegro had got from the first leg in Thessaloniki and suffered a second loss on Saturday, this time at Budva with a 3-1 score, to finish second in the competition.

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LOOKING AHEAD
Island stories
By Alexis Papachelas
Many billions of euros flowed into Greece over the last 30-odd years and one cannot help but wonder where all that money ended up going and how it was spent.
COMMUNITY
ANTIPAROS
A Norwegian ‘colony’ in the Aegean
Scandinavians who have been visiting the Cycladic island for decades constitute an important part of Antiparos's life.
LIFE
TRAVEL
Sticking around Athens for a few days
By Zacharo Gialamas
In some ways the height of summer is the best time of the year to be in Athens to enjoy its myriad attractions even though the city's intensity drops a few notches under the searing August sun.
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