The athlete does not claim the title periodonikes, but he has won the (alternative) periodos with victories in the Aktia, Isthmia, Nemea, and at the ex Argous aspis (as argued by Farrington (2012), n. 451). There are also some unspecified Events, which I have not entered: the inscription (ll. 6-11) mentions that he won a lot of other hieros-games in Asia, but also other penteteric and trieteric games in the pale and the pankration (το|[ὺς ἱεροὺς ἐν τῆι] / vacat Ἀσίαι ἀγῶνας π|/άντας πά]/ληι καὶ παγκρατίω|[ι καὶ τοὺς ἄλλους] / ἀγῶνας ἱεροὺς πά̣|[ντας τοὺς πενθετηρι]/κοὺς καὶ τριετη|[ρικοὺς /
πολλάκις] / vacat πάληι καὶ παγ|[κρατίωι]). - PK/CT
Asklep[i..] won a significant number of times both the wrestling as the pankration at major festivals. Gouw speculates to his name being Asklepiades or Asklepidoros (Gouw). In total, 18+ victories: Argos (10), Corinth (4), Nikpolis (4).