Full name: Henry V. O'Brien, Jr.
Born: April 5, 1910 in San José, California, United States
Died: April 18, 1973 in Santa Clara County, California, United States
Affiliations: Century Road Club
Country: United States
Henry O’Brien rode for the Century Road Club and competed for the United States in the road race at both the 1928 and 1932 Olympics. O’Brien later rode some 6-day races through the 1930s, winning one in 1934 with Cecil Yates, who was a renowned 6-day racer in that era, winning 16 of the 56 6-day races in which he competed.
|1928 Summer||18||Amsterdam||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Individual||United States||USA||58|
|1928 Summer||18||Amsterdam||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Team||United States||USA||15|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Individual||United States||USA||11|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Team||United States||USA||6|
|1928 Summer||18||Amsterdam||Cycling||United States||Final Standings||58||5-53:23|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Cycling||United States||Final Standings||11||2-33:36.0|
|1928 Summer||18||Amsterdam||Cycling||United States||USA||Final Standings||15||5-53:23|
|1932 Summer||22||Los Angeles||Cycling||United States||USA||Final Standings||6||2-33:36.0|