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|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||GBR||Final||6||41.4||6|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||GBR||Round One||Heat One||3||QU||42.0|