2. An Aeginetan, son of Telesarchus, whose victory in the pancratium at the Isthmian games is celebrated by Pindar. (Isthm.
The ode must have been composed very soon after the end of the Persian war (B. C. 479), and from it we learn that Cleander had also been victorious at the Ἀλκαθοῖα
at Megara and the Ἀσκληπιεῖα
at Epidaurus. (See Dict. of Ant.
on the words.)