Full name: Henry Maitland Macintosh
Height: 5'8" (173 cm)
Weight: 146 lbs (66 kg)
Born: June 10, 1892 in Kelso, Scottish Borders, Great Britain
Died: July 26, 1918 in Albert, Somme, France
Affiliations: University of Cambridge, Cambridge (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Henry Macintosh, who was educated at Glenalmond and Corpus Christi, Cambridge, had a poor domestic season prior to the 1912 Olympic Games. He lost to Duncan Macmillan in the 100 yards at the Cambridge University sports and in the match against Oxford, and at the AAA Championships he finished last in his 100 yards heat and did not run in the 220 yards. In Stockholm, he was eliminated in the heats of both springs and 1912 would have been a very lean year had it not been for his Olympic gold medal in the sprint relay. In 1913, Macintosh was President of the Cambridge University AC and won the 100 yards against Oxford. His vastly improved form continued when he won the Scottish 100 yards title before equaling the British record of 9.8 seconds in Vienna. In 1914, he again won the 100 yards against Oxford before leaving to serve as an Assistant District Commission in South Africa. After only a few months, the outbreak of war brought him home and hew was commissioned into the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. In the summer of 1918, Captain Henry Macintosh was killed in action at the Somme.
Personal Bests: 100y – 9.8 (1913); 100 – 10.7 (1913); 200 – 22.1 (1913).
|1912 Summer||19||Stockholm||Athletics||Men's 100 metres||Great Britain||GBR||3 h11r1/3|
|1912 Summer||19||Stockholm||Athletics||Men's 200 metres||Great Britain||GBR||AC h3 r2/3|
|1912 Summer||19||Stockholm||Athletics||Men's 4 × 100 metres Relay||Great Britain||GBR||1||Gold|
|1912 Summer||19||Stockholm||Athletics||Great Britain||Round One||Heat Eleven||3|
|1912 Summer||19||Stockholm||Athletics||Great Britain||Semi-Finals||Heat Three||AC||DNF|
|1912 Summer||19||Stockholm||Athletics||Great Britain||Round One||Heat Sixteen||2||QU|