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Al Hall

Full name: Albert William "Al" Hall
Gender: Male
Height: 6-0.5 (185 cm)
Weight: 218 lbs (99 kg)
Born: August 2, 1934 in Manchester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: October 9, 2008 in Tonopah, Nevada, United States
Affiliations: NYAC, New York (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Athletics

Biography

Al Hall was a three-time Pan American Games champion in the hammer throw – 1959, 1963, and 1971. He also won the AAU hammer in 1962-63 and in the indoor AAU weight throw in 1962-64 and 1969. At the NCAA Meet he was runner-up in 1956 for Cornell.

Personal Bests: DT – 47.80 (156-10) (1957); HT – 67.28 (220-9) (1972).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics Men's Hammer Throw United States USA 4
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics Men's Hammer Throw United States USA 14
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics Men's Hammer Throw United States USA 12
1968 Summer 34 Ciudad de México Athletics Men's Hammer Throw United States USA 14 QR

Men's Hammer Throw

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank D BMD
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round 4 61.96
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round Round One 8 57.76
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round Round Two 3 61.83 61.83
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round Round Three 4 foul 61.83
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round Round Four 4 61.58 61.83
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round Round Five 4 foul 61.83
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Final Round Round Six NP 61.96
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Qualifying Round 7 QU 57.50
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round One 6 57.50
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round Two 7 pass 57.50
1956 Summer 22 Melbourne Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round Three NP pass
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Final Round 14 59.76
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Final Round Round One 10 59.64
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Final Round Round Two 14 foul 59.64
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Final Round Round Three 14 59.76 59.76
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Qualifying Round 12 QU 60.76
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round One 15 57.43
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round Two 20 foul 57.43
1960 Summer 26 Roma Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round Three NP 60.76
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Final Round 12 63.82
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Final Round Round One 12 59.72
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Final Round Round Two 13 62.35 62.35
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Final Round Round Three 12 63.82 63.82
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Qualifying Round 11 QU 64.31
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round One 10 64.31
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round Two 11 pass 64.31
1964 Summer 30 Tokyo Athletics United States Qualifying Round Round Three NP pass
1968 Summer 34 Ciudad de México Athletics United States Qualifying Round 14 65.70
1968 Summer 34 Ciudad de México Athletics United States Qualifying Round Group B 4 65.70
1968 Summer 34 Ciudad de México Athletics United States Qualifying Round Group B Round One NP foul
1968 Summer 34 Ciudad de México Athletics United States Qualifying Round Group B Round Two 3 65.70 65.70
1968 Summer 34 Ciudad de México Athletics United States Qualifying Round Group B Round Three NP 58.28
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