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manic power of such individuals. Chionis of Sparta, thrice victorious at Olympia, may have helped to found Cyrene with Battos.
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srith this assistance PhaylusofCrotona, and Chioni of Sparta, are Said to have leaped 52 Seet. 3^ foiling.
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Sparta, the first happy winner, was shown great honour and was again from Sparta.

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From Luke in New York, TMS inbox: "My earliest sporting memory was watching Chionis of Sparta jump 15.85m in the triple jump in 656 BC. Right, that ends that conversation.

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Chionis of Sparta (Χιόνις) was an athlete of ancient Greece who was most notable for his jumping records in the ancient Olympics.
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Chionis of Sparta (Χιόνις) was an athlete of ancient Greece who was most notable for his jumping records in the ancient Olympics.
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According to some sources, he was also the first ever competitor to run naked.
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