Japan Sees Surge in Coronavirus Cases; Medical System “Could Collapse”
The head of the Japan Medical Association called on Tuesday for a further expansion of the nationwide coronavirus state of emergency.
Oldest Living Olympian Survived Holocaust to Win Gold
The oldest Olympian, gold medal-winner Agnes Keleti, who survived the Holocaust, says "Don't concentrate on the winning, do it out of love."
How Much Have the Olympic Games Really Changed Since Ancient Times?
The Olympic Games of the modern era were founded in 1894 when Pierre Freddy, Baron de Coubertín decided to promote an international agreement through a sports competition.
Delta Variant Could Comprise 90% of Infections Says EU Body
The Delta coronavirus variant, previously known as the Indian variant, could soon be responsible for as much as 90% of Europe's infections.
Greek Table Tennis Champion Qualifies For Fifth Olympiad
Greek table tennis champion Panagiotis Gionis has achieved his goal to qualify for participation in his 5th Olympiad, a rare feat for an athlete.
Tokyo Olympics Should be Cancelled, London Organizer Says
The long-awaited Tokyo Olympics, which were supposed to have taken place in the Summer of 2020 but were postponed to July and August of 2021, shouldn't go on this year, according to an official of the London Olympic Games. Sir...
Greek-American Water Polo World Champion Sets Sights on Tokyo
World champion water polo player Stephania Haralabidis, from Team USA, spoke with Greek Reporter recently about her career in the sport, her plans for 2021, and how much her Greek heritage means to her. The athlete acknowledged that she has...