Greek sports? Here you go:
You take a 50cc motorbike and you start going down Kifisias Ave. as fast as possible avoiding all cars. Extra points awarded for passing red lights.
Pitsadoros Papaki slalom:
Like the above, only driving on the left side of the road against the traffic. Only trained professionals can do this.
Very popular sport, practiced but tens of thousands every day.
Practiced at night in specially designed places. This sport has several variations like “hit the singer” or “hit the tall blond that dances over there” etc etc, very entertaining but can become dangerous or even fatal since copious amounts of alcohol are consumed and that blond might have a date.
The aim of this sport is to move from the end of any particular line up, to the frond, employing any possible method. When it’s practiced en mass its particularly entertaining.
And here is our national sport:
You see we Greeks being an intellectual and philosophical nation would never make a national sport something that requires physical effort. Rather, we excel in mental “action”.
This is an intellectual sport with ultimate goal to remove from an individual or a team (ranging from a couple of members to several million) any wrongdoing of anything, ever, in thought or in action. Basically the whole concept is based in several axioms like:
«Φταίνε όλοι εκτός από εμένα»
«Εγώ θα κάνω του κεφαλιού μου και εσείς να πάτε να πνιγείτε»
«Ποιος εγώ? Ξέρεις ρε ποιος είμαι εγώ? »
Its very hard to explaining to a foreigner, and any Greek that lives in Greece knows what I am talking about.