It is 328 BC. Lenonides of Rhodes stretches and postures with his solid stone discus. He is warming up for the competition and keeping a watchful eye on Hermogenes of Xanthus who lunges and flexes with his javelin.
Both are keen to list their previous Olympic triumphs as they interact with their adoring crowds in Ancient Greek and pay homage to their god Zeus.
Two all running, all wrestling giant athletes on stilts with bristling muscles and carefully positioned loin cloths.