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Cyril Dugmore

Full name: Cyril Patrick William Francis Radclyffe Dugmore
Gender: Male
Born: May 20, 1882 in Birr, Offaly, Ireland
Died: January 22, 1966 in Saint Sampson, Guernsey, Guernsey
Affiliations: Birchfield Harriers, Birmingham (GBR)
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Athletics

Biography

Cyril Dugmore was the winner of the Army high jump for officers eight times and the long jump seven times and the Midland Counties champion in both events in 1907. He was also the Irish 120y hurdles champion in 1912. On leaving school, Dugmore was commissioned into the RASC and fought in the Boer War. In World War I he saw action on the Western Front and he was later involved in propaganda and recruitment duties in the USA. After the war he served as the secretary of a golf club in New York, but in 1931 he turned to take over as secretary of Wimbledon Park GC.

Personal Bests: 120yH – 17.0 (1912); HJ – 1.70 (5-7) (1909); LJ – 6.63 (21-9) (1912); TJ – 13.31 (43-8) (1908).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1908 Summer 25 London Athletics Men's Triple Jump Great Britain GBR 11

Men's Triple Jump

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank D(M) D(I)
1908 Summer 25 London Athletics Great Britain Final Standings 11 13.31 43-8
1908 Summer 25 London Athletics Great Britain Qualifying Round 11 13.31 43-8
1908 Summer 25 London Athletics Great Britain Qualifying Round Group A 4 13.31 43-8
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