Full name: Frederick Bertram "Derick" Barton
Born: June 19, 1900 in Paddington, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: November 20, 1993 in Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
Affiliations: British Army, (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
Sport: Modern Pentathlon
Related Olympians: Father of Chris Barton.
Captain Frederick Bertram Barton, known as Derick, was educated at Eton College, and then the Sandhurst Military Academy, before becoming a lieutenant with the 17th/21st Lancers. After service in World War II he retired as an honorary captain and settled in the Republic of Ireland. Between 1966-68 he was president of the Royal Dublin Society. Bartonâs son [Chris] won a silver medal with the Great Britain rowing eights at the 1948 Olympics.
|1924 Summer||23||Paris||Modern Pentathlon||Men's Individual||Great Britain||GBR||28|
|1924 Summer||23||Paris||Modern Pentathlon||Great Britain||Final Standings||28||122.5|
|1924 Summer||23||Paris||Modern Pentathlon||Great Britain||Shooting||16||19||165|
|1924 Summer||23||Paris||Modern Pentathlon||Great Britain||Swimming||24||6:45.0|
|1924 Summer||23||Paris||Modern Pentathlon||Great Britain||Riding||AC||DNF|
|1924 Summer||23||Paris||Modern Pentathlon||Great Britain||Running||9||13:25.0|