OLYMPIC SPORTS (IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS): Katerina Stefanidis has done it again, this time at the IAAF World Championships in London. The Greek pole vaulter won yet another gold medal registering a jump of 4.91 meters, a new Panhellenic record. **VIDEO**
GREEK WATER POLO (NATIONAL TEAM): Greece defeated Montenegro 12-7 in the quarterfinals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships and secured their place in the semi-finals of the competitions where they will face Hungary on Thursday.
OTHER GREEK SPORTS (TENNIS): Maria Sakkari’s Wimbledon adventure ended on Friday after Greece’s 21-year-old woman's number one tennis ace was beaten in straight sets in the third round by home favourite Johanna Konta.
OLYMPIC SPORTS (SAILING WORLD CUP SERIES): It was a successful World Cup series in Santander for the Greek team as Pavlos Kagialis/Panagiotis Mantis celebrated gold in the Men’s 470 while Vasileia Karachaliou won silver in the Women’s Laser Standard event.
OLYMPIACOS: Olympiacos is more than just the club’s football team as was proven this season. It was not that the football team didn’t find success, in fact they did, winning their 7th straight league title even though they had a fairly underwhelming campaign.
INTERVIEW (STEFANOS TSITSIPAS): Stefanos Tsitsipas recently became the first Greek male to play in Grand Slam in 9 years after making it into the first round of the French Open at Roland Garros. AGONAsport’s Graham Wood caught up with Greece’s teenage tennis star to talk about childhood dreams, following your instincts and staying humble.
OTHER GREEK SPORTS (TENNIS): Unfortunately, the Greek players competing at this year’s French Open didn’t last too long, as both main draw participants lost in the opening round. 18-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas and 21-year-old Maria Sakkari both put up good fights, but ultimately were unable to beat their older and higher ranked opponents.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL (NATIONAL TEAM): Despite going ahead 2-0 set, Greece were defeated 3-2 set by Slovakia in matchday 4 of FIVB World Championship qualifying and will need a miracle to finish second in the group which leads to the next round of qualifying.
OTHER GREEK SPORTS (TENNIS-ROLAND GARROS): Stefanos Tsitsipas qualified for the main draw of the Roland Garros (French Open) after winning three consecutive qualifying matches. The 18-year old will be the first Greek tennis player to compete in a major since 2008.
OLYMPIC SPORTS (ISSF WORLD CUP): Anna Korakaki continues to impress in the sport of shooting after winning three medals at the ISSF World Cup in Munich (one gold and two bronze) and was also awarded the title of “2016 ISSF Shooter of the Year.”
GREEK WATER POLO (A1 WATER POLO LEAGUE): The Olympiacos Men’s Water Polo team has remained unbeaten for four years in all domestic competitions, including the Greek A1 Water Polo League and Greek Water Polo Cup.
GREEK VOLLEY LEAGUE: Three-peat for PAOK! It was do or die in Piraeus for Olympiacos and PAOK in the fifth and final game of the Greek Volley League Finals with the Dikefalos tou Vora coming out on top to 1-3 set to celebrate their 3rd straight League title. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK WATER POLO (A1 WATER POLO LEAGUE): Olympiacos doubled their lead in the Greek Water Polo League Finals series after an easy 5-11 win away to Vouliagmeni in game 2. The Erythrolefki are now one win away from clinching this year's League title.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL (VOLLEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS): PAOK celebrated a big 2-3 win on the road against Olympiacos, in what was a thrilling match, to break the Erythrolefki’s home court advantage and take a 2-1 lead in the Greek Volley League Finals series. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK WATER POLO (LEN WOMEN'S EUROLEAGUE): The Olympiacos Women’s Water Polo pulled off a historic comeback against Sabadell in the semi-finals of the LEN Euroleague competition (winning in penalties) and will play the hosts Kirishi in tomorrow’s final.
GREEK VOLLEYBALL (VOLLEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS): The two-time defending champions, PAOK, put on a true champion's performance against Olympiacos in the second game of the Greek Volley League Finals coming away with an easy 3-0 set victory to tie the series at 1-1. **HIGHLIGHTS**