|Born||17 March 1872|
|Died||1969 (aged 96–97)|
Konstantinos Skarlatos (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Σκαρλάτος, 17 March 1872 – 1969) was a Greek Army officer who reached the rank of lieutenant general. He also competed in the 1906 Summer Olympics and in the 1912 Summer Olympics as a sport shooter.
He was born in 1872 at Vitolista near Nafpaktos. He entered the Hellenic Army Academy and graduated in July 1892 as an artillery second lieutenant. He fought in the Greco-Turkish War of 1897, the Balkan Wars and the Asia Minor Campaign. In 1921–1922, he served as Commander of the Army Academy, and retired with the rank of lieutenant general.
In the 1906 Summer Olympics he participated in the following events:
- 30 m duelling pistol - first place
- 20 m duelling pistol - fourth place
- 50 m pistol - fourth place
- 25 m rapid fire pistol - 15th place
- 20 m army pistol (1873 model) - 17th place
Six years later at the 1912 Summer Olympics he participated in the following events:
- Team 50 metre military pistol - fifth place
- Team 30 metre military pistol - fifth place
- 30 metre rapid fire pistol - 27th place
- 50 metre pistol - 30th place
- "Konstantinos Skarlatos". Sports Reference. Retrieved 8 November 2014.
- Kakoudakis, Ioannis (2004). Η Συμβολή των Ε.Δ. στους Β' Διεθνείς Ολυμπιακούς Αγώνες, Αθήναι 1906 (PDF). Στρατιωτική Επιθεώρηση (in Greek). Hellenic Army General Staff (4/2004).