Full name: Arthur Norman Sewell
Born: December 21, 1903 in Bramley, West Yorkshire, Great Britain
Died: February 1984 in Winchester, Hampshire, Great Britain
Affiliations: Pudsey & Bramley AC, Leeds (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
After finishing ninth in the 1924 International Cross-Country, he was included in the team for the Olympic Games. In a race run in exceptional heat, only Ernie Harper of the five British entries complete the course, but Sewell managed to reach the stadium before collapsing in a coma, from which he recovered. His best performance on the track was to win the 1924 Northern 10 miles.
Personal Bests: 10 miles – 55:16.4 (1924).
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