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The name on the source, I.Sinope 105, gives as the second name 'Eoutios', which might be a mistake for 'Eou<s>tios', i.e. Justius, as per Farrington (2012), 143 note 463. The dating is given by Farrington (2012), 143 note 464, based on a lack of reference to Hadrianic contests and reference to possibly the Athenian or Ephesian Olympics. The source gives many victories apart from the Isthmian. Cf. for the source apart from SEG 13.540 also the lemmata 14.776, 16.750, 19.664. - PK
Of all the victories known to us from the Roman imperial period, Rufus has attained the most victories. He was the first to ever win as paides and andres on the same day in the Pythia of Antioch, In Nikomedia, he won in all three age categories (Gouw).
In total, 198 victories: Rome (3), Neapolis (2), Nikopolis (2), Argos (4), Corinth (2), Delphi, Athens (2), Antioch (4), Nikomedia (3), Smyrna, Pergamon, Ephesos, Sardis (2), Philadelphia (2), Tralleis (2), Hierapolis (2), Laodikeia (2), Thyateira (2), Mytilene (2), Pontus (2), Galatia (2), Beroia, Nicaea (2), Cappadocia, 150 victories in (half) talent games.