In the world of football, talent knows no boundaries, and young Greek-English prodigy Christos Janmohamed is proving just that. With exceptional skills and an unwavering dedication to the game, this rising star has captivated the football world and is making waves on both national and international stages.
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Two time European Champion race walker Antigoni Ntrispioti, the first Greek athlete to land a gold double medal in a single athletics event, visited the Greek Centre, where she was given a warm welcome by President of the Greek Community of Melbourne Bill Papastergiadis, OAM and fellow Board members.
Strong push to make Tsitsipas an honorary Australian after his vow to help fund Victorian education initiatives for the underprivileged has endeared him even more to all Australians.
Olympian, Emmanuel Karalis who placed fourth in the men’s pole vault at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2021, has opened a wine bar ‘Angelo et Manolo’ in the centre of Athens, calling it “The first Greek black-owned wine bar from two kids that love wine and cheese, by Angelo & Manolo!”
A shocking revelation has been made by world record holding Greek marathon runner Maria Polyzou in her autobiography entitled “Do Not Give Up” which has just been released.
A true legend, Greek pole vaulter Emmanouíl Karalís (aka Manolo) has captured hearts over the world and the spirit of the Olympics in a gesture dubbed by many as their favourite moment of the Games. We share what the Olympian had to say in his exclusive interview with Greek City Times.
Greek world champion pole vaulter Emmanouíl Karalís (aka Manolo) has recently launched himself into a new project, releasing his new clothing collection FlyManoloFly – premium streetwear made in Greece.
Greece’s men’s water polo team has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, beating Russia 13-10 at the World Qualification Tournament in Rotterdam.
Greek City sits down virtually with Terry to break down the highly competitive sport of boxing, what boxing means to him, being a proud Greek and a passionate advocate for his sport.
“Realization of our dreams is won only by a means that never fails. The name of this means is ‘SOUL’.” Greek Paralympic athlete Antonis Tsapatakis describes his journey in the world of sports and how the tragic events in his life made him who he is today.