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Alan Jackson

Full name: Alan Wharmby Jackson
Gender: Male
Born: November 19, 1933 in Stockport, Greater Manchester, Great Britain
Died: 1974 in Hornchurch, Greater London, Great Britain
Affiliations: De Laune CC, London (GBR)
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Cycling

Medals: 1 Silver, 1 Bronze (2 Total)

Biography

Alan Jackson competed for Great Britain on the road at the 1956 Olympics, winning two medals, a bronze in the individual event, and a silver with the team. But he was better known as a cyclo-cross rider, winning the British title in that discipline in 1954-56. He was also British road race champion in 1956. Jackson competed at the 1955 World Cyclo-Cross Championships, placing 30th. In 1957 he rode the Tour du Sachsenring, placing second, and the Peace Race, although he did not finish that stage race.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1956 Summer 23 Melbourne Cycling Men's Road Race, Individual Great Britain GBR 3 Bronze
1956 Summer 23 Melbourne Cycling Men's Road Race, Team Great Britain GBR 2 Silver

Men's Road Race, Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank M
1956 Summer 23 Melbourne Cycling Great Britain Final Standings 3 at 1:59

Men's Road Race, Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank TP
1956 Summer 23 Melbourne Cycling Great Britain GBR Final Standings 2 3