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Olympic games (35)

Ancient olympic champions, boys' boxing

AZANIA (Ancient area) ARKADIA

Philip

An Azanian, Olympic victor. 86th Olympiad, 436 BC.


CHIOS (Ancient city) GREECE

Ageles

A Chian, Olympic victor. Paus. 6.15.2


DIPEA (Ancient city) FALANTHOS

Gnathon

A Maenalian, Olympic victor. 85th Olympiad, 440 BC.


EGIRA (Ancient city) ACHAIA

Cratinus

Olympic victor, 272 BC, 127th Olympiad.


FENEOS (Ancient city) FENEOS

Neolaidas

Son of Proxenus, an Arcadian, Olympic victor.


ILIA (Ancient country) GREECE

Agiadas

Olympic victor, 488 BC, 73rd Olympiad.


Charmides

Olympic victor, 444 BC, 84th Olympiad.


Lycinus

Olympic victor, 432 BC, 87th Olympiad.


Pyttalus

Olympic victor, 320 BC, 115th Olympiad.


Choerilus

Olympic victor, 316 BC, 116th Olympiad.


Theotimus

Olympic victor, 308 BC, 118th Olympiad.


Callon

Olympic victor, 304 BC, 119th Olympiad.


Hippomachus

Olympic victor, 300 BC, 120th Olympiad.


Sotirichus

Boys' boxing 72 BC, 177th Olympiad.


Thalliarchus

Champion at boys' boxing, 40 BC, 185th Olympiad and at boxing, 32 BC, 187th Olympiad.


IREA (Ancient city) ARCADIA

Anonymous

Children boxing, 472 BC, 75th Olympiad.


KEA (Island) KYKLADES

Leocreon, 540 BC, 60th Olympiad

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Thersilochus, 372 B.C., 102nd Olympiad

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KLITOR (Ancient city) KALAVRYTA

Alcetus

Son of Alcinous, Arcadian from Clitor, Olympic victor.


Critodamus

Of Clitor: Olympic victor.


KOS (Ancient city) DODEKANISSOS

Xenodicus, 400 BC, 95th Olympiad


LEPREON (Ancient city) ILIA

Alcaenetus

Son of Theantus, a Leprean, Olympic victor.


Theas

Boys' boxing, 420 BC, 90th Olympiad.


MANTINIA (Ancient city) ARCADIA

Agametor

A Mantinean, Olympic victor. 70th Olympiad, 500 BC.


Protolaus

Son of Dialces, a Mantinean, Olympic victor. 79th Olympiad, 464 BC.


Cyniscus

A Mantinean, Olympic victor., 80th Olympiad, 460 BC.


Epicradius

A Mantinean, Olympic victor. 74th Olympiad, 484 BC.


MESSINIA (Ancient area) MESSINIA

Damaretus

A Messenian, Olympic victor.


Telestas

A Messenian, Olympic victor.


ORESTHION (Ancient city) VALTETSI

Tellon

An Oresthasian, Olympic victor.


SAMOS (Ancient city) SAMOS

Douris

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Olympi victor 324 BC, 114th Olympiad.


Scaeus

Son of Duris, a Samian, Olympic victor


SIKYON (Ancient city) CORINTHIA

Bycelus

A Sicyonian, Olympic victor.


Chaereas

On Chaereas of Sicyon, a boy boxer, is an inscription that he won a victory when a young man (...)


TIRYNS (Mycenean palace) ARGOLIS

anonymous, 468 B.C., 78th Olympiad

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