Full name: Clyde Amel Blair
Born: September 16, 1881 in Fort Scott, Kansas, United States
Died: September 3, 1953 in Santa Barbara, California, United States
Affiliations: Chicago Maroons, Chicago (USA)
Country: United States
Clyde Blair finished 3rd in the AAU 100 in 1905. He ran for the University of Chicago and the [Chicago AA]. In 1902 Blair finished second in a heat of the 100 yds at the Penn Relays, trailing [Arthur Duffey], who equaled the world record of 9 4/5 seconds. Blair also competed in the Olympic Collegiate Championship 100 yd race during the 1904 St. Louis Louisiana Purchase Exposition, finishing fourth. He later became a rancher, first on the Big Red Ranch in Sheridan, Wyoming, and later owning the Hot Creek Ranch in Nye County, California.
Personal Best: 100y â 9.8 (1903).
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