Cross-country skier Panagiota Tsakiri became the youngest Greek athlete to compete at an Olympic Winter Games in Turin in 2006. She took part in the women's sprint event at age 15. She switched to biathlon in Vancouver in 2010, where she competed alongside her father Athanassios, who was appearing in his fifth Olympic Winter Games. The pair made history as the first father and daughter to compete at the same edition of the Olympic Winter Games.
Title: Imnos Eis Tin Eleftherian [Hymn to Freedom]
Creators: Words by Dionysios Soloms, music by Nikolaos Mantzaros.
Founding date: 1894
IOC recognition date: 1895
NOC president's name: Spyros Capralos
NOC general secretary’s name: Emmanuel Katsiadakis
IOC member’s name: Lambis V. Nikolaou [entry in the IOC: 1986]
Participation in Olympic Games
Year of the first appearance: 1936
Number of appearances: 18 [Sochi included]