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In 428 BCE Peisirrhodos participated in the Olympic Games in the Sanctuary of Olympia in Elis, Greece as a pankratiast. He regularly met Kallipateira at the resting area. During one of his matches, Kallipateira attempted to sneak into the stadium dressed as a man, but was caught by the Priestess of Demeter who presided over the games, as well as a Spartan Judge.
When the Priestess and the judge publicly shamed Kallipateira and pronounced the sentence for her transgression, the Spartan misthios Kassandra intervened. In order to save Kallipateira's life, Kassandra had to find proof that Kallipateira had, as she claimed, the right to watch her son compete. Over the course of this investigation, Kassandra spoke to Peisirrhodos.