|Born||8 April 1996|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||64 kg (141 lb)|
Anna Korakaki (Greek: Άννα Κορακάκη, born 8 April 1996) is a Greek shooter. She represented Greece at the 2016 Summer Olympics, winning a gold medal in the 25m pistol and a bronze medal in the 10m air pistol. She won the first Gold medal for Greece, since Greece hosted the Olympics back in 2004. At the age of 20 and in just her maiden Olympic campaign, she became the first Greek woman to win two Olympic medals in the same competition and the first Greek athlete in general since 1912. In the 25m fire pistol competition, she beat Monika Karsch of Germany. In this race, she won three rounds thus getting a lead of 6–0, then the German rival won the next three rounds and thus bringing it to a 6–6 tie. In the last round, the German missed 1st and 3rd shots of the 5 shots, and Korakaki had missed her 4th shot, but she hit her 5th shot and won 8–6, taking the gold and avoiding a tie.
Korakaki has competed since 2009. She is with the Orion Shooting Club of Thessaloniki  and she is coached by her father and retired shooter Tassos Korakakis. She is an undergraduate student in Special Education at the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki.
- Gold and bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
- Gold medal (10 m air pistol) and 9th place (25 m air pistol) at the 2018 World Championships in Changwon.
- Gold and silver medal at the 2016 World Cup in Bologna. In the 25m pistol, she won gold with overall score of 39/50, beating South Korean Jangami Kim and Ukrainian Olena Kostevich who won silver and bronze, respectively.
- Gold and silver medal at the 2016 Junior World Cup in Suhl.
- Gold medal at the 2014 European Junior Championship in Moscow.
- Two silver medals at the 2016 World Cup in Baku.
- Silver medal at the 2015 European Games in Baku.
- Silver medal at the 2015 World Cup Final in Munich.
- Silver medal at the 2011 European Junior Championship in Belgrade.
- Bronze medal at the 2015 World Cup in Fort Benning.
- Bronze medal at the 2014 World Junior Championship in Granada.
- Bronze medal at the 2017 World Cup Final in Munich.
After the Olympics, Anna Korakaki got a tattoo of the Olympic rings and the year on her right hand to remember her Rio achievements.
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- "Tiro a segno, Finali Coppa del Mondo Bologna 2016: la greca Anna Korakaki regina della pistola 25m". OA (in Italian). Retrieved 21 March 2017.
- "Εκανε τατουάζ για να θυμάται το χρυσό μετάλλιο στους Ολυμπιακούς Αγώνες η Κορακάκη [εικόνα] | Ελεύθερος Τύπος". Ελεύθερος Τύπος (in Greek). 5 January 2017. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
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