Full name: Ernest Leslie "Ernie" Page
Born: September 27, 1910 in Lambeth, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: December 9, 1973 in Torquay, Torbay, Great Britain
Affiliations: Blackheath Harriers, Blackheath (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
A silver medalist in the 100y at the 1930 British Empire Games, Ernie Page was eliminated in the second round of the 100 at the 1932 Olympics. At the 1938 European Championships he reached the semi-finals of the 100 and won a bronze medal in the 4x100 relay (with Godfrey Brown, Arthur Sweeney, and the non-Olympian Maurice Scarr). In international dual meets he won his individual event three times in five starts. He was an AAA finalist at 100y six times between 1930 and 1938, winning in 9131, and won the 1938 AAA indoor 70y. After 25 years with the Metropolitan Police, Ernie Page retired to Devon in 1945 and later served as President of Torquay AC.
Personal Bests: 100y – 9.8 (1931/37); 100 – 10.7 (1931/37/38); 200 – 21.6 (1937).
|1932 Summer||21||Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 100 metres||Great Britain||GBR||4 h3 r2/4|
|1932 Summer||21||Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 4 × 100 metres Relay||Great Britain||GBR||6|
|1932 Summer||21||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||Quarter-Finals||Heat Three||4||10.9|
|1932 Summer||21||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||Round One||Heat Two||2||QU||11.1|
|1932 Summer||21||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||GBR||Final||6||41.4||6|
|1932 Summer||21||Los Angeles||Athletics||Great Britain||GBR||Round One||Heat One||3||QU||42.0|