Full name: Frederick Derek Randall
Born: February 5, 1864 in Enfield, Greater London, Great Britain
Affiliations: Finchley Harriers, Finchley (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
As the winner of the first amateur London-Brighton race in 1899 Frederick Randall was chosen for the 1900 Olympic marathon, but retired before four miles. His winning time in the London-Brighton race was 6 hours 58 minutes 18 seconds and stood as the amateur record until Arthur Newton became the first man to complete the race in under six hours in 1924. A member of Finchley Harriers since 1890, Randall was second to Herbert Heath of South London Harriers in both the 1892 Southern Area and National Cross-Country Championships.
Personal Bests: 10 miles – 54:46.2 (1892); Mar – unknown.
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