He was born in Limassol in 1877. He studied at the Greek School of Limassol where he was declared Multi-victorious Champion.
He was successful in the first Pan Cypriot games in 1896, winning the 100 metres and 110 metres hurdles. He represented Cyprus in the first Pan-Hellenic Games in the 110 metres hurdling. His success in Pan-Hellenic Games and participation at Olympics were an honour for Sport in Cyprus.
He married Penelope Eraclidou and had one son and two daughters. He died in 1947.
- Biography of Cypriots (1800-1920) by Aristidis Koudounaris.
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