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George Hutson

Full name: George William Hutson
Gender: Male
Born: December 22, 1889 in Lewes, East Sussex, Great Britain
Died: September 14, 1914 in Venizel, Aisne, France
Affiliations: Surrey AC, Kingston-upon-Thames (GBR)
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Athletics

Medals: 2 Bronze (2 Total)

Biography

A regular soldier in the Royal Sussex Regiment, George Hutson was the most promising British distance runner of his generation, but his career was cut short when he was killed in action only five weeks after the outbreak of World War I. His greatest achievement came in the 5K at the 1912 Olympics when he finished third behind Hannes Kolehmainen (FIN) and Jean Bouin (FRA), who both shattered the world record. Hutson was the winner of the AAA mile (1914) and the 4 miles (1912-14) and in 1914, set a new British record for the ¾-mile. He was killed in action.

Personal Bests: Mile – 4:22.0 (1914); 2 miles – 9:26.4 (1913); 3000 – 8:55.8 (1912); 3 miles – 14:32.8 (1913); 5000 – 15:07.6 (1912); 4 miles – 19:32.0 (1913).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Men's 5,000 metres Great Britain GBR 3 Bronze
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Men's 3,000 metres, Team Great Britain GBR 3 Bronze

Men's 5,000 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Great Britain Final 3 15:07.6
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Great Britain Round One Heat Two 3 QU 15:29.0

Men's 3,000 metres, Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank TP IP T ST
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Great Britain GBR Final Standings 3 23 8 8:47.2
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Great Britain GBR Final 3 23 8 8:47.2
1912 Summer 22 Stockholm Athletics Great Britain GBR Round One Heat Three 1 QU/walkover 10:21.6
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