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Olympic games (8)

Ancient olympic champions, four-horse chariot

Pagondas

A Theban, Olympic victor.


anonymous

Tethrippon, 520 BC, 65th Olympiad.


Diaetondas and Arsilochus

472 BC, 75th Olympiad.


Ancient olympic champions, stadium

Cleondas

616 BC, 41st Olympiad.


Ancient olympic champions, long-race

Lasthenes

404 BC, 94th Olympiad.


Ancient olympic champions, boys' wrestling

Agenor

Son of Theopompus, a Theban, Olympic victor, 360 B.C., 105th Olympiad


Ancient olympic champions, event unknown

Dionysodorus

unknown event, 352 BC,107th Olympiad.


Ancient olympic champions, pancratium

Cleitomachus

Cleitomachus (Kleitomachos), a Theban athlete, whose exploits are recorded by Pausanias (vi. 15; comp. Suid. s.v. Kleitomachos). He won the prize at Olympia in the pancratium in 01. 141. (B. C. 216.) Aelian mentions (V. H. iii. 30) his great temperance, and the care he took to keep himself in good condition.


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