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Wyatt Gould

Full name: Edward Wyatt Gould
Gender: Male
Born: May 18, 1879 in Newport, Newport, Great Britain
Died: February 9, 1960 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Great Britain
Affiliations: Newport Athletic Club
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Athletics

Biography

A member of a prominent rugby family, Wyatt Gould captained Newport RFC (1905-06) and three of his brothers were capped by Wales. The best known of the three, Arthur “Monkey” Gould, twice finished third in the AAA 120 hurdles (1887, 1893), and Wyatt also placed third in this event in 1903. He won the Welsh 120y hurdles title four times (1902-03, 1905, 1910). For the 1908 season he concentrated on the 440y hurdles and won a place on the Olympic team. For many years he worked as a manager of the GWR Docks at Plymouth and also served as an official with both Newport Rugby Club and the South Wales & Monmouthshire AAA.

Personal Best: 120yH – 16.4 (1905).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1908 Summer 28 London Athletics Men's 400 metres Hurdles Great Britain GBR 3 h3 r2/3

Men's 400 metres Hurdles

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T
1908 Summer 28 London Athletics Great Britain Semi-Finals Heat Three 3
1908 Summer 28 London Athletics Great Britain Round One Heat Eight 1 QU/walkover 1:20.0
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