Full name: John Homer Caldwell
Born: November 28, 1928 in Detroit, Michigan, United States
Affiliations: US Navy, (USA)
Country: United States
Sport: Nordic Combined, Cross Country Skiing
Related Olympians: Father of Tim Caldwell.
John Caldwell graduated from Dartmouth in 1946, where he was a four-event ski competitor, and then became a ski coach and math teacher at The Putney School in Vermont, teaching there from 1953-89. Along the way, he coached the US cross-country team at the Winter Olympics in 1960, 1964, 1968, and 1972, and 1984, and coached the Australian team in 1980. He became an author, writing The Cross Country Ski Book, which went through eight editions, and in 1996 Caldwell founded the New England Nordic Ski Association, serving as its first President from 1996-2002. He was inducted into the US Ski Hall of Fame in 1983.
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Cross Country Skiing||Men's 18 kilometres||United States||USA||73|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||Men's Individual||United States||USA||22|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Cross Country Skiing||United States||Final Standings||73||1-25:42||36:20||76|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||United States||Final Standings||22||301.773|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||United States||Cross Country Skiing, 18 kilometres||22||155.273||1-25:42|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||United States||Ski Jumping, Normal Hill||25||146.5|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||United States||Ski Jumping, Normal Hill||Jump 1||24||59.0||57.5||49.5||9.5||4.0||4.0||3.5||2.0||2.0|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||United States||Ski Jumping, Normal Hill||Jump 2||23||non-scoring||57.5||57.5||49.5||8.0||3.0||3.5||3.0||1.0||2.0|
|1952 Winter||23||Oslo||Nordic Combined||United States||Ski Jumping, Normal Hill||Jump 3||21||87.5||58.0||50.0||37.5||13.0||13.0||12.0||12.5||12.0|