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The following is a list of winners of the Stadion race at the Olympic Games from 776 BC to 225 AD. It is based on the list given by Eusebius of Caesarea using a compilation by Sextus Julius Africanus. The Stadion race was the first and most important competition of the ancient Olympiads and the names of the winners are used by many Greek authors to date historic events.

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  • فيما يلي قائمة بالفائزين في سباق الملعب في الألعاب الأولمبية من عام 776 قبل الميلاد إلى عام 225 ميلادية. والتي هي مبنية على قائمة قدمها يوسابيوس القيصري باستخدام تجميع سكستوس يوليوس أفريكانوس. سباق الملعب كان أول وأهم مسابقة أولمبية قديمة وأسماء الفائزين أو المنتصرين استخدمت للعديد من الأحداث التاريخية من قبل المؤلفين اليونانيين على مر التاريخ. * الأولمبياد الأول، 776 ق م - * الأولمبياد الثاني، 772 ق م - أنتيماشوس من إليز * الأولمبياد الثاني، 768 ق م - أندروكلوس من ميسينيا (ar)
  • La liste des vainqueurs du stadion aux Jeux olympiques antiques recense les 221 vainqueurs connus, au cours de 255 Jeux, de cette course d'une longueur d'un stade (environ 192 m) depuis Corèbe d'Élis en 776 av. J.-C jusqu'à Dionysios d'Alexandrie en 269 ap. J.-C. Le stadion était la course la plus ancienne et la plus importante des Jeux olympiques antiques. À partir de la fin du Ve siècle av. J.-C., en plus des archives sur le sanctuaire d'Olympie, des listes de vainqueurs olympiques furent rédigées, la première par Hippias d'Élis. Un demi-siècle plus tard, Aristote, pour sa propre liste, mit en place la numérotation des olympiades — la période de quatre ans entre deux jeux olympiques — tandis que celle de Timée de Tauroménion établissait des correspondances entre la liste de vainqueurs du stadion et les listes de magistrats dans les cités. Dès lors, le vainqueur du stadion, en donnant son nom à l'olympiade, joua à l'échelle panhellénique le même rôle dans l'organisation des calendriers que celui que jouait, à l'échelle de la cité, le magistrat éponyme. La victoire de Corèbe en 776 av. J.-C. est ainsi devenue la date de début du calendrier grec. Par la suite, historiens et chronographes multiplièrent les listes afin de faciliter la datation des événements. La liste la mieux conservée et la plus complète est celle établie par Eusèbe de Césarée au début du IVe siècle apr. J.-C. En effet, sur les trente-cinq listes connues, bien peu sont complètes. Certaines ne sont qu'évoquées dans la littérature, d'autres encore sont très fragmentaires. À partir de ces listes antiques, ainsi que de l'épigraphie, les historiens contemporains, comme Luigi Moretti, ont à leur tour cherché à établir des listes de vainqueurs olympiques antiques, et en premier lieu, de vainqueurs du stadion. (fr)
  • The following is a list of winners of the Stadion race at the Olympic Games from 776 BC to 225 AD. It is based on the list given by Eusebius of Caesarea using a compilation by Sextus Julius Africanus. The Stadion race was the first and most important competition of the ancient Olympiads and the names of the winners are used by many Greek authors to date historic events. * 1st Olympiad 776 BC - Coroebus of Elis * 2nd Olympiad 772 BC - Antimachus of Elis * 3rd Olympiad 768 BC - Androclus of Messenia * 4th Olympiad 764 BC - Polychares of Messenia * 5th Olympiad 760 BC - Aeschines of Elis * 6th Olympiad 756 BC - Oebotas of Dyme * 7th Olympiad 752 BC - Diocles of Messenia (Ancient Greek: Διοκλῆς Μεσήνιος; called Daïcles, Ancient Greek: Δαϊκλῆς Μεσσήνιος, in Dionysius's chronicle) * 8th Olympiad 748 BC - Anticles of Messenia * 9th Olympiad 744 BC - Xenocles of Messenia * 10th Olympiad 740 BC - Dotades of Messenia * 11th Olympiad 736 BC - Leochares of Messenia * 12th Olympiad 732 BC - Oxythemis of Cleonae or Coroneia * 13th Olympiad 728 BC - Diocles of Corinth * 14th Olympiad 724 BC - Desmon of Corinth * 15th Olympiad 720 BC - Orsippus of Megara * 16th Olympiad 716 BC - Pythagoras of Laconia * 17th Olympiad 712 BC - Polus of Epidaurus * 18th Olympiad 708 BC - Tellis of Sicyon * 19th Olympiad 704 BC - Menus of Megara * 20th Olympiad 700 BC - Atheradas of Laconia * 21st Olympiad 696 BC - Pantacles of Athens - In 692 BC he also won the diaulos. He was the first winner from Athens and the first runner in history to defend his title four years after his first victory. * 22nd Olympiad 692 BC - Pantacles for a second time * 23rd Olympiad 688 BC - Icarius of Hyperesia * 24th Olympiad 684 BC - Cleoptolemus of Laconia * 25th Olympiad 680 BC - Thalpis of Laconia * 26th Olympiad 676 BC - Callisthenes of Laconia * 27th Olympiad 672 BC - Eurybus of Athens (Ancient Greek: Εὔρυβος Ἀθηναῖος; called Eurybates, Ancient Greek: Εὐρυβάτης by Dionysius) * 28th Olympiad 668 BC - Charmis of Laconia * 29th Olympiad 664 BC - Chionis of Laconia * 30th Olympiad 660 BC - Chionis for a second time * 31st Olympiad 656 BC - Chionis for a third time * 32nd Olympiad 652 BC - Cratinus of Megara * 33rd Olympiad 648 BC - Gylis of Laconia * 34th Olympiad 644 BC - Stomas of Athens - He was the third winner from Athens and his name is only referred by Eusebius. * 35th Olympiad 640 BC - Sphaerus of Laconia (Ancient Greek: Σφαῖρος Λάκων) * 36th Olympiad 636 BC - Phrynon of Athens * 37th Olympiad 632 BC - Eurycleidas of Laconia * 38th Olympiad 628 BC - Olyntheus of Laconia * 39th Olympiad 624 BC - Rhipsolaus of Laconia * 40th Olympiad 620 BC - Olyntheus of Laconia for a second time * 41st Olympiad 616 BC - Cleondas of Thebes * 42nd Olympiad 612 BC - Lycotas of Laconia * 43rd Olympiad 608 BC - Cleon of Epidaurus * 44th Olympiad 604 BC - Gelon of Laconia * 45th Olympiad 600 BC - Anticrates of Epidaurus * 46th Olympiad 596 BC - Chrysamaxus of Laconia * 47th Olympiad 592 BC - Eurycles of Laconia * 48th Olympiad 588 BC - Glycon of Croton * 49th Olympiad 584 BC - Lycinus of Croton * 50th Olympiad 580 BC - Epitelidas of Laconia * 51st Olympiad 576 BC - Eratosthenes of Croton * 52nd Olympiad 572 BC - Agis of Elis * 53rd Olympiad 568 BC - Hagnon of Peparethus * 54th Olympiad 564 BC - Hippostratus of Croton * 55th Olympiad 560 BC - Hippostratus for a second time * 56th Olympiad 556 BC - * 57th Olympiad 552 BC - Ladromus of Laconia * 58th Olympiad 548 BC - Diognetus of Croton * 59th Olympiad 544 BC - * 60th Olympiad 540 BC - Apellaeus of Elis * 61st Olympiad 536 BC - * 62nd Olympiad 532 BC - * 63rd Olympiad 528 BC - * 64th Olympiad 524 BC - * 65th Olympiad 520 BC - * 66th Olympiad 516 BC - * 67th Olympiad 512 BC - Phanas of Pellene * 68th Olympiad 508 BC - Isomachus of Croton * 69th Olympiad 504 BC - Isomachus for a second time * 70th Olympiad 500 BC - * 71st Olympiad 496 BC - Tisicrates of Croton * 72nd Olympiad 492 BC - Tisicrates for a second time * 73rd Olympiad 488 BC - Astyalus of Croton * 74th Olympiad 484 BC - Astyalus for a second time * 75th Olympiad 480 BC - Astyalus for a third time * 76th Olympiad 476 BC - * 77th Olympiad 472 BC - Dandes of Argos * 78th Olympiad 468 BC - * 79th Olympiad 464 BC - Xenophon of Corinth * 80th Olympiad 460 BC - * 81st Olympiad 456 BC - * 82nd Olympiad 452 BC - * 83rd Olympiad 448 BC - * 84th Olympiad 444 BC - Crisson for a second time * 85th Olympiad 440 BC - Crisson for a third time * 86th Olympiad 436 BC - * 87th Olympiad 432 BC - * 88th Olympiad 428 BC - Symmachus of Messenia * 89th Olympiad 424 BC - Symmachus for a second time * 90th Olympiad 420 BC - * 91st Olympiad 416 BC - * 92nd Olympiad 412 BC - Exagentus for a second time * 93rd Olympiad 408 BC - * 94th Olympiad 404 BC - * 95th Olympiad 400 BC - Minon of Athens - Using his victory to date historic events, Diodorus Siculus reports his name as Minos. * 96th Olympiad 396 BC - Eupolemus of Elis * 97th Olympiad 392 BC - ? * 98th Olympiad 388 BC - * 99th Olympiad 384 BC - * 100th Olympiad 380 BC - * 101st Olympiad 376 BC - * 102nd Olympiad 372 BC - Damon for a second time * 103rd Olympiad 368 BC - * 104th Olympiad 364 BC - Phocides of Athens - listed by Eusebius of Caesarea as a victor in the stadion race (Diodor) or wrestling contest (Eusebius) of the 104th Olympiad (364 BC). His victory is used by Diodorus Siculus to date the events of his history. * 105th Olympiad 360 BC - * 106th Olympiad 356 BC - Porus for a second time * 107th Olympiad 352 BC - Smicrinas of Tarentum * 108th Olympiad 348 BC - Polycles of Cyrene * 109th Olympiad 344 BC - Aristolochus of Athens - His victory is used by Diodorus Siculus to date the events of his history. * 110th Olympiad 340 BC - Anticles of Athens * 111th Olympiad 336 BC - Cleomantis of Cleitor * 112th Olympiad 332 BC - Gryllus of Chalcis * 113th Olympiad 328 BC - * 114th Olympiad 324 BC - Micinas of Rhodes * 115th Olympiad 320 BC - Damasias of Amphipolis * 116th Olympiad 316 BC - Demosthenes of Laconia * 117th Olympiad 312 BC - * 118th Olympiad 308 BC - * 119th Olympiad 304 BC - Andromenes for a second time * 120th Olympiad 300 BC - * 121st Olympiad 296 BC - Pythagoras for a second time * 122nd Olympiad 292 BC - * 123rd Olympiad 288 BC - Antigonus for a second time * 124th Olympiad 284 BC - * 125th Olympiad 280 BC - Ladas of Aegium * 126th Olympiad 276 BC - * 127th Olympiad 272 BC - Perigenes of Alexandria * 128th Olympiad 268 BC - * 129th Olympiad 264 BC - Philinus of Cos * 130th Olympiad 260 BC - Philinus for a second time * 131st Olympiad 256 BC - Ammonius of Alexandria * 132nd Olympiad 252 BC - in Aetolia * 133rd Olympiad 248 BC - * 134th Olympiad 244 BC - Alcides of Laconia * 135th Olympiad 240 BC - * 136th Olympiad 236 BC - Pythocles of Sicyon * 137th Olympiad 232 BC - * 138th Olympiad 228 BC - Demetrius of Alexandria * 139th Olympiad 224 BC - Iolaidas of Argos - He was the second winner from Argos in the category. * 140th Olympiad 220 BC - * 141st Olympiad 216 BC - * 142nd Olympiad 212 BC - Crates of Alexandria * 143rd Olympiad 208 BC - * 144th Olympiad 204 BC - * 145th Olympiad 200 BC - Pyrrhias of Aetolia * 146th Olympiad 196 BC - Micion of Boeotia * 147th Olympiad 192 BC - * 148th Olympiad 188 BC - * 149th Olympiad 184 BC - * 150th Olympiad 180 BC - * 151st Olympiad 176 BC - * 152nd Olympiad 172 BC - Democritus of Megara * 153rd Olympiad 168 BC - * 154th Olympiad 164 BC - Leonidas of Rhodes, victor in all three racing competitions * 155th Olympiad 160 BC - Leonidas for a second time * 156th Olympiad 156 BC - Leonidas for a third time * 157th Olympiad 152 BC - Leonidas, victor in three races for a fourth time, was the first and only man to win 12 Olympic crowns over four Olympiads. * 158th Olympiad 148 BC - * 159th Olympiad 144 BC - * 160th Olympiad 140 BC - * 161st Olympiad 136 BC - * 162nd Olympiad 132 BC - * 163rd Olympiad 128 BC - * 164th Olympiad 124 BC - Boeotus of Sicyon * 165th Olympiad 120 BC - * 166th Olympiad 116 BC - * 167th Olympiad 112 BC - Chrysogonus for a second time * 168th Olympiad 108 BC - * 169th Olympiad 104 BC - * 170th Olympiad 100 BC - * 171st Olympiad 96 BC - * 172nd Olympiad 92 BC - * 173rd Olympiad 88 BC - Parmeniscus of Corcyra for a second time * 174th Olympiad 84 BC - * 175th Olympiad 80 BC - Epaenetus of Argos, (boys' stadion race) There was no stadion race for adults this year, because Sulla had summoned all the athletes to Rome. * 176th Olympiad 76 BC - Dion of Cyparissus (Cyparissia in Laconia) * 177th Olympiad 72 BC - Hecatomnus of Elis * 178th Olympiad 68 BC - * 179th Olympiad 64 BC - * 180th Olympiad 60 BC - * 181st Olympiad 56 BC - * 182nd Olympiad 52 BC - Anthestion of Argos - The third winner from Argos in the category. * 183rd Olympiad 48 BC - * 184th Olympiad 44 BC - Theodorus for a second time * 185th Olympiad 40 BC - * 186th Olympiad 36 BC - * 187th Olympiad 32 BC - Ariston of Thurii again * 188th Olympiad 28 BC - Sopater of Argos - The fourth winner from Argos in the category. * 189th Olympiad 24 BC - * 190th Olympiad 20 BC - Auphidius of Patrae * 191st Olympiad 16 BC - * 192nd Olympiad 12 BC - * 193rd Olympiad 8 BC - * 194th Olympiad 4 BC - * 195th Olympiad 1 AD - Demaratus for a second time * 196th Olympiad 5 AD - * 197th Olympiad 9 AD - * 198th Olympiad 13 AD - * 199th Olympiad 17 AD - * 200th Olympiad 21 AD - * 201st Olympiad 25 AD - * 202nd Olympiad 29 AD - * 203rd Olympiad 33 AD - Apollonius of Epidaurus * 204th Olympiad 37 AD - Sarapion of Alexandria * 205th Olympiad 41 AD - * 206th Olympiad 45 AD - * 207th Olympiad 49 AD - Athenodorus of Aegium * 208th Olympiad 53 AD - Athenodorus for a second time * 209th Olympiad 57 AD - * 210th Olympiad 61 AD - Athenodorus of Aegium for a third time * 211th Olympiad 67 AD - (These games were not held at the usual time because Nero postponed them until his visit to Greece two years later) * 212th Olympiad 69 AD - * 213th Olympiad 73 AD - (or Theodotus) * 214th Olympiad 77 AD - Straton of Alexandria * 215th Olympiad 81 AD - * 216th Olympiad 85 AD - * 217th Olympiad 89 AD - Hermogenes of Xanthus for a second time * 218th Olympiad 93 AD - Apollonius of Alexandria (or Heliodorus) * 219th Olympiad 97 AD - * 220th Olympiad 101 AD - Achilleus of Alexandria * 221st Olympiad 105 AD - Theonas Smaragdus of Alexandria * 222nd Olympiad 109 AD - * 223rd Olympiad 113 AD - * 224th Olympiad 117 AD - Isarion of Alexandria * 225th Olympiad 121 AD - * 226th Olympiad 125 AD - Dionysius Sameumys of Alexandria * 227th Olympiad 129 AD - Dionysius for a second time * 228th Olympiad 133 AD - Lucas of Alexandria * 229th Olympiad 137 AD - Epidaurus Ammonius of Alexandria * 230th Olympiad 141 AD - Didymus Clydeus of Alexandria * 231st Olympiad 145 AD - Cranaus of Sicyon * 232nd Olympiad 149 AD - * 233rd Olympiad 153 AD - * 234th Olympiad 157 AD - * 235th Olympiad 161 AD - * 236th Olympiad 165 AD - Aeithales of Alexandria * 237th Olympiad 169 AD - Eudaemon of Alexandria * 238th Olympiad 173 AD - * 239th Olympiad 177 AD - Agathopus for a second time * 240th Olympiad 181 AD - Anubion Pheidus of Alexandria * 241st Olympiad 185 AD - Heron of Alexandria * 242nd Olympiad 189 AD - * 243rd Olympiad 193 AD - Isidorus Artemidorus of Alexandria * 244th Olympiad 197 AD - Isidorus for a second time * 245th Olympiad 201 AD - Alexander of Alexandria (20th winner from Alexandria in Egypt and 18th Alexandrian crown during their period of dominance in the 1st and 2nd century.) * 246th Olympiad 205 AD - * 247th Olympiad 209 AD - * 248th Olympiad 213 AD - Heliodorus Trosidamas of Alexandria (Last winner of the stadion race from Alexandria in Egypt recorded by Eusebius and his second title was the 20th Alexandrian crown in the Christian era) * 249th Olympiad 217 AD - Heliodorus for a second time * 250th Olympiad 221 AD - * 251st Olympiad 225 AD - Publius Aelius Alcandridas of Sparta for a second time * 252nd Olympiad 229 AD - * 253rd Olympiad 233 AD - Demetrius of Salamis for a second time * 254th Olympiad 237 AD - Demetrius of Salamis for a third time * (...) * 262nd Olympiad 269 AD - Dionysius of Alexandria (en)
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  • فيما يلي قائمة بالفائزين في سباق الملعب في الألعاب الأولمبية من عام 776 قبل الميلاد إلى عام 225 ميلادية. والتي هي مبنية على قائمة قدمها يوسابيوس القيصري باستخدام تجميع سكستوس يوليوس أفريكانوس. سباق الملعب كان أول وأهم مسابقة أولمبية قديمة وأسماء الفائزين أو المنتصرين استخدمت للعديد من الأحداث التاريخية من قبل المؤلفين اليونانيين على مر التاريخ. * الأولمبياد الأول، 776 ق م - * الأولمبياد الثاني، 772 ق م - أنتيماشوس من إليز * الأولمبياد الثاني، 768 ق م - أندروكلوس من ميسينيا (ar)
  • La liste des vainqueurs du stadion aux Jeux olympiques antiques recense les 221 vainqueurs connus, au cours de 255 Jeux, de cette course d'une longueur d'un stade (environ 192 m) depuis Corèbe d'Élis en 776 av. J.-C jusqu'à Dionysios d'Alexandrie en 269 ap. J.-C. À partir de ces listes antiques, ainsi que de l'épigraphie, les historiens contemporains, comme Luigi Moretti, ont à leur tour cherché à établir des listes de vainqueurs olympiques antiques, et en premier lieu, de vainqueurs du stadion. (fr)
  • The following is a list of winners of the Stadion race at the Olympic Games from 776 BC to 225 AD. It is based on the list given by Eusebius of Caesarea using a compilation by Sextus Julius Africanus. The Stadion race was the first and most important competition of the ancient Olympiads and the names of the winners are used by many Greek authors to date historic events. (en)
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  • قائمة الفائزين الأولمبيين في سباق الملعب (ar)
  • Liste des vainqueurs du stadion aux Jeux olympiques antiques (fr)
  • List of Olympic winners of the Stadion race (en)
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