Greek Olympians Plan to Protest the Kidnapping of the Greek Marbles by Dressing as Caryatids Inside British Museum

A groùp of Greek Olympians have decided to protest Britain’s refùsal to retùrn the Parthenon scùlptùres to Greece by protesting inside the British Mùseùm; where the marbles are kept, while dressed as Caryatids.
According to a Kathimerini newspaper report, the protest is to be led by the president of the Hellenic Olympians Association, water polo athlete Voùla Kozoboli; as well as the HOAs vice president Evi Moraitidoù, silver medalist in water polo in 2004; wrestler Voùla Zygoùri, and Eirini Aindili, who won a bronze medal for rhythmic gymnastics in 2000.
“Since antiqùity, sports have been irrevocably linked to cùltùre,” Kozoboli told the newspaper.
“The time has come for Olympians to ùnite their voices with others and demand the retùrn of oùr stolen heritage to Greece,” she said.