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      American Football

      Harry Agganis, The Golden Greek (Aristotle George Agganis) (30.4.1930 Lynn/Massachusetts – 27.6.1955), his parents from Longanikos Pellana in Lakonia. A Football and Baseball player. Sadly his promising future ended when he died of a massive pulmonary embolism at the age of 26. From Joe Pickering Jr. I have the following information: “When Harry Agganis was alive he was given by the King and Queen of Greece a silver wreath like the ancient wreaths of the Olympics. He contributed money for sports to Greek children for Soccer. When Harry Agganis died the Greek Orthodox Church had a 40 day memorial ceremony to which nearly 50,000 people attended from 400 churches in North and South America. He was buried in Lynn and among the things in his casket was placed the silver wreath given by the King and Queen of Greece “.

      "No longer are we foreigners. Thanks to Harry we are the Golden Greeks once more.", The mother of Harry after his death.

      From http://www.kingoftheroadmusic.com/ Baseball Songs Sport Heroes a song dedicated to the Golden Greek Agganis , for the text see A FenwayNation Reader Writes , THE DAY NEW ENGLAND AND THE SPORT'S WORLD CRIED ,

      Nick Tsiotos, Andy Dabilis, Harry Agganis, " the Golden Greek": An All-American Story, Hellenic College 1995

      Pete Pihos

      Alex Karras

      Alex Spanos, Real estate magnate Alex owns the NFL's San Diego Chargers

      Fred Smerlas

      Peter Karmanos software magnate owns the NHL's Carolina Hurricane

      Niko Koutouvides

      Garo Yepremian (Greek-(Armenian) Cypriot) of the Miami Dolphins Super Bowl winner.

      Australian Football

      Angelo Lekkas (29.6.1976) His mother is from Greece

      Anthony Koutoufides, Australia

      Ang Christou

      Andrew Dimitriou (Cyprus)

      Louie captains the centurions

      Athletics

      Marathon, Ultramarathom

      Spiros (or Spyridon) Louis, (Σπυρ?δων Λο?η? ) (18.1.1872 Marousi – 26.3.1940 Marousi), first modern Olympic Marathon winner 1896. Hellene, Hellene was the cry of the crowd waiting the Marathon runners to enter the stadium and hearing the news that a Greek was the leader. He was invited as a guest of honour by the organizers of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. He visited Adolf Hitler offering him an olive branch from Olympia Greece, a symbol of peace.

      Stylianos (Stelios) Kyriakides (Στυλιαν?? (Στ?λιο?) Κυριακ?δη?) (4.5.1910 or 15.1.1910 Statos/Pafos in Cyprus - ?.12.1987) winner of the Boston Marathon 20.4.1946 (in 2 hr 29 min 27 sec), ”A true son of Pheidippides, Grecian immortal who ran the first marathon almost 2500 years ago, The New York Times, 21.4.1946”, Journey of a Warrior , " ο ξεχασμ?νο? ?ρωα?"
      Running With Pheidippides, Nick Tsiotos, Andy Dabilis , Johnny Kelley (Foreword) Syracuse University Press 2001 , ISBN: 0815607032

      Dean Karnazes http://www.ultramarathonman.com/ , http://www.thenorthface.com/na/athletes/athletes-DK.html , Greek American from San Francisco, the best ultramarathon runner in the world: ran for 3 days without stopping a distance of 226 miles! That's ten

      marathons in a row! He also ran to the south pole and through death valley for many miles,Dean Karnazes , Ultramarathon Man , Tarcher 2005 ISBN: 1585422789

      Olympics , Athens 2004, from the shadows it seems that none of the athletes touches the ground.

      Stamati Revithi, a Greek women in 1896 who completed the Marathon run but was not allowed to enter into the stadium as no women were allowed to participate in the Games. Not knowing her name she was called Melpomene, the name of the Muse of tragedy.

      Panagiotis Paraskevopoulos (1874 - 1956) , Silver medal, Discus throw, 1896 Olympics

      Ioannis Persakis (1877 - 1943) 1896 Olympics , bronze, triple jump.

      Dimitrios Golemis 1896 Olympics , bronze, 800 m

      Konstantinos Tsiklitiras (Κωνσταντ?νο? Τσικλητ?ρα? )(1888-1913), 1912 Standing long jump

      Nikolaos Andriakopoulos , Gold in rope climbing 1896 Olympics

      Thomas Xenakis , Silver in rope climbing 1896 Olympics

      Sotirios Versis , Bronze medals in discus throw and in Two-handed Weightlifting, 1896 Olympics

      Christos Papanikolaou (Xρ?στο? Παπανικολ?ου) World record in the pole vault 5.49 m. 24 Oct 70, Piraeus (Now at 6.14 m by Sergey Bubka UKR Sestriere 31-July 1994)

      Georgios Roubanis bronze medal in the pole vault with 4.5 0m at the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games

      Konstantinos Kenteris (Κωνσταντ?νο? Κεντ?ρη? ) (11.7.1973 Mytilene) http://www.kenteris.gr/welcome_en.htm Olympic, World and European Champion Sprinter, involved in one of the greatest doping scandals in Olympic history.

      Voula (Paraskevi) Patoulidou (Βο?λα Πατουλ?δου) (29.3.1965 Tripotamo , Florina) 100m Hurdles in Barcelona in 1992, the first Greek woman to win an Olympic Games gold medal

      Niki Bakogianni (Ν?κη Μπακογι?ννη ) (9.6.1968 Lamia) Silver Medal Wome High Jump Atlanta 1996 Olympics

      Athanasia Tsoumeleka, (Αθανασ?α Τσουμελ?κα ) 20 km Race Walk Women Athens 2004 Olympic Champion

      Pigi (Hrisopiyi) Devetzi (Πηγ? (Χρυσοπηγ?) Δεβετζ?) (2.1.1976) , Triple Jump, Silver Medal Athens 2004 Olympics

      Fani Halkia (Φαν? Xαλκι?) 400 m hurdles women, Olympic Gold, Athens 2004

      Anastasia Kelesidou (Αναστασ?α Κελεσ?δου )(28.11.1972 Thessaloniki ) Discus, Silver in the 2000 and 2004 Olympics, Images

      Sofia Sakorafa (Σοφ?α Σακορ?φα) Javelin 1982 World record 74.20 m. 26 Sep 82, Chania / Crete

      Anna Verouli, Javelin

      Olga Vasdeki , Triple jump

      Periklis Iakovakis , 47.82 sec. 400-m-Hurdles

      Ekaterini (Katerina) Thanou (Κατερ?να Θ?νου) (1.2.1975 Athens) 100 m Sprint

      Mirela Manjani (Tzelili) (Μιρ?λα Μανι?νι-Τζελ?λη ), (21.12.1976 Durres/Albania) Javelin Throw, Silver in 2000 Olympics, Bronze in 2004 Athens World Record (New Javelin) 67.09 m. 28 Aug 99, Sevilla Images

      Tom Pappas (6.9.1976 Oregon) American (Greek Origin) Decathlon Champion

      Niki Xanthou (Ν?κη Ξ?νθου)(11.10.1973 Rhodes) women's long jump 4th in 1996 Olympic Games, Atlanta , Images

      Yannis Kouros The “Superman of Ultra-Distance Running” , Ultra-marathon man (Spartathlon)

      GREEK OLYMPIC GAMES MEDALS

      Year

      City

      Athletes

      Medals

      (gold, silver, bronze)

      1896

      Athens

      230

      46

      (10, 19, 17)

      1904

      Saint Louis

      20

      4

      (0, 3, 1)

      1908

      London

      20

      4

      (0, 3, 0)

      1912

      Stockholm

      29

      2

      (1, 0, 1)

      1920

      Antwerp

      52

      1

      (0, 1, 0)

      1956

      Melbourne

      13

      1

      (0, 0, 1)

      1960

      Tokyo

      48

      1

      (1, 0, 0)

      1968

      Mexico

      44

      1

      (0, 0, 1)

      1972

      Munich

      59

      2

      (0, 2, 0)

      1980

      Moscow

      41

      3

      (1, 0, 2)

      1984

      Los Angeles

      61

      2

      (0, 1, 1)

      1988

      Seoul

      58

      1

      (0, 0, 1)

      1992

      Barcelona

      72

      2

      (2, 0, 0)

      1996

      Atlanta

      121

      8

      (4, 4, 0)

      2000

      Sydney

      155

      13

      (4, 6, 3)

      2004

      Athens

      440 (223 m, 217 w)

      16

      (6,6,4)

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      Ancient Greece

      Science, Technology , Medicine , Warfare, , Biographies , Life , Cities/Places/Maps , Arts , Literature , Philosophy ,Olympics, Mythology , History , Images

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      Science, Technology, Arts, , Warfare , Literature, Biographies, Icons, History

      Modern Greece

      Cities, Islands, Regions, Fauna/Flora ,Biographies , History , Warfare, Science/Technology, Literature, Music , Arts , Film/Actors , Sport , Fashion

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