Full name: Stanley Eric Engelhart
Born: February 3, 1910 in Selby, North Yorkshire, Great Britain
Died: September 9, 1979 in Selby, North Yorkshire, Great Britain
Affiliations: York Harriers & Athletic Club
Country: Great Britain
Stanley Englehart won both sprints at the Northern Championships twice (1928-30) and was the 220 y champion for a third time in 1933. In 1929, at the age of 19, he was a finalist in both sprints at the AAAs and his estimated time of 22.1 in second place in the 220 y was a UK junior "record". In 1930 he won the AAA 220 y title and was also the British Empire Games Champion but at the 1932 Olympics he sustained a pulled muscle and was eliminated in the second round of the 200 although he still managed to take his place on the 4×100 metres relay team. In the 1930 British Empire Games 4×110 yards Relay (with James Cohen, John Heap, and John Hanlon) Englehart won the silver medal. He also competed in the 1930 British Empire Games 100 yards and finished sixth. In the British Empire Games he represented England.
Personal Bests: 100y – 9.9w (1930); 220y – 21.8 (1930/36).
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 200 metres||Great Britain||GBR||4 h4 r2/4|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 4 × 100 metres Relay||Great Britain||GBR||6|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||Quarter-Finals||Heat Four||4||21.9|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||Round One||Heat One||3||QU|