Full name: George Russell Renwick
Born: August 7, 1901 in Marylebone, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: July 25, 1984 in Chichester, West Sussex, Great Britain
Affiliations: University of Oxford, Oxford (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
An Oxford blue in 1923 (440 y) and 1924 (100 y), George Renwick was eliminated in the second round of the 400 at the 1924 Olympics but won a bronze medal in the 4×400 as a member of the team that set a new UK record. He became a schoolmaster, teaching at Stowe and his old school, Charterhouse, before being appointed Headmaster for Dover College in 1934. In 1926 he wrote the book, Athletics for Boys.
Personal Best: 400 – 50.3 (1924).
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