Full name: Sidney John Robinson
Born: August 1, 1876 in Denton, Northamptonshire, Great Britain
Died: February 3, 1959 in Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, Great Britain
Affiliations: Northampton C & Athletic Club
Country: Great Britain
Medals: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze (3 Total)
Although Sidney Robinson won a full set of medals at the 1900 Olympics, his silver and bronze in the two steeplechase events probably represented greater achievements than his gold medal in the 5,000 metre team race, in which he only finished sixth individually in a field of ten. Robinson, who represented the Northampton Cycling & Athletics Club, won the AAA steeplechase four times and was twice the champion at 10 miles. He was also the National cross-country champion in 1897 and 1898, and in the latter year he led England home against France in the match which was the forerunner of the International Cross-Country Championship.
Personal Bests: 3 miles – 15:04.0 (1898); 4 miles – 20:16.0 (1898); 6 miles – 30:52.0 (1898); 10 miles – 53:12.0 (1898).
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Men's 2,500 metres Steeplechase||Great Britain||GBR||2||Silver|
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Men's 4,000 metres Steeplechase||Great Britain||GBR||3||Bronze|
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Men's 5,000 metres, Team||Amateur Athletic Association||GBR||1||Gold|
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Men's 2,500 metre steeplechase, Handicap||Great Britain||GBR||AC||DNF|
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Great Britain||Final Standings||2||10 yds bh|
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Great Britain||Final Standings||3||½ yd bh2|
|1900 Summer||23||Paris||Athletics||Amateur Athletic Association||GBR||Final Standings||1||26 points||6|