An enormous Roman-era basilica containing statues of the Greek goddesses Nike and Tyche, or Isis, was recently unearthed in Israel.
One of the most popular and recognized sports brands in the world Nike, inclunding the "swoosh" logo, was inspired by Niké, the Greek goddess of victory.
Greeks were angered by the apparent misspelling of the Greek goddess Nike on the sneakers by the American multinational of the same name.
Nike, whose brand name derives from the Greek goddess of the same name, celebrated the goddess by releasing a new pair of sneakers.
Greek retailers have announced they are taking Nike to the European courts following the company's announcement that it will terminate its existing contracts by 2022. A spokesperson at the Dutch European headquarters of the American multinational corporation confirmed on Wednesday...
The American athletic wear company Nike placed a basketball hoop on the top of Mt. Olympus, the highest point in Greece, to honor Giannis Antetokounmpo, who earlier in the week was named MVP of the 2018-19 NBA season. Nike also...
Borrowing the name of the 1896 Athens Olympic Marathon winner Spyridon Louis, Nike recently launched the new version of the "Air Zoom Spiridon" to enshrine the concept of lifelong dedication to running. The leading sports brand has given the new...
A lasting memory of the 2010 Winter Olympics, a four-meter bronze statue of Nike, the Greek winged goddess of victory, is to be erected at the Cordova Viaduct in downtown Vancouver. The bronze Nike statue was donated to Vancouver by...