OLYMPIC SPORTS: AGONAsport takes a look at the talented new generation of Greek track and field stars, who have already won a plethora of medals in major international competitions at various levels and age groups.
OLYMPIC SPORTS: Three-time defending champion Eleftherios Petrounias finished fourth in the men’s rings at the 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, and the reigning Olympic champion is now in danger of not qualifying for the 2020 Olympics.
TENNIS: World number seven Stefanos Tsitsipas edged Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz in three sets to advance to the quarterfinals of the Shanghai Rolex Masters, where he will now face world number one Novak Djokovic of Serbia.
TENNIS: Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated German world number six Alexander Zverev 7/6, 6/4 in the semi-finals of the China Open in Beijing to set up a battle with Austrian world number five Dominic Thiem in the Final.
OLYMPIC SPORTS (GREECE): Thanks to Ekaterini Stefanidi’s bronze medal at the 2019 World Athletics Championships, Greece has now won at least one medal in the women’s pole vault at each of the last 12 major international competitions.
OLYMPIC SPORTS: Michail Anastasakis and 19-year-old Christos Frantzeskakis failed to reach the final in the men’s hammer throw at the World Athletics Championships in Qatar, with Anastasakis just narrowly missing out.
OLYMPIC SPORTS (GREECE): Despite missing Paraskevi Papachristou due to injury, Greece are sending a strong team to the 2019 World Athletics Championships, which includes the likes of Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou, Katerina Stefanidi, and Miltiadis Tentoglou.
ETHNIKI (VOLLEY): With Romania’s 3-1 win over Portugal, Greece now finish fourth in Group A and will advance to face defending champion Russia in the round of 16 at the Men’s European Volleyball Championship.