Full name: Laurence Reavell-Carter
Born: August 27, 1914 in Brentford, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: October 4, 1985 in Hastings, East Sussex, Great Britain
Affiliations: Reading University Athletic Club / Milocarian Athletic Club / Royal Air Force
Country: Great Britain
After winning the AAA Junior shot in 1933 and AAA indoor shot in 1936, Laurence Reavell-Carter developed into a leading discus thrower, competing in two Olympics. He placed second in the AAA discus in 1936, was a finalist in 1938-39, and then placed third in 1948. During his career in the RAF he was awarded the CBE and retired with the rank of Wing Commander.
Personal Bests: SP – 13.43 (44-1) (1948); DT – 43.99 (144-4) (1948).
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