Full name: Leopold Frank Partridge
Born: June 14, 1901 in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, Great Britain
Died: July 18, 1976 in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Affiliations: Achilles Club, (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
Leopold Partridge finished second in the 120y hurdles in the 1921 Oxford vs. Cambridge match and won the event the following year. He also won a soccer (football) blue (1920-21) and was capped for England in the amateur international against France in 1921. At the AAA Championships he finished second in the 120y hurdles in 1922-23 and placed third in 1924. He won the Southern Counties title in 1923. Partridge left Cambridge without taking a degree and went into business with his father, who was an antiques dealer with premises in Bond Street and New York.
Personal Bests: 120yH – 15.3e (1923).
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