Hoplitodromos

The hoplitodromos or hoplitodromia (Greek: Ὁπλιτόδρομος, Ὁπλιτοδρομία, English translation: `race of soldiers`) was an ancient foot race, part of the Olympic Games and the other Panhellenic Games. It was the last foot race to be added to the Olympics, first appearing at the 65th Olympics in 520 BC, and was traditionally.....
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Hoplitodromos

the contest or competitors who compete in a race while dressed in full armor of a hoplite (soldier), which included greaves, a helmet, and a shield; together, these weighed 50 to 60 pounds.
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