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Benjamin Keys

Full name: Benjamin F. Keys
Gender: Male
Born: November 22, 1853 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Died: June 7, 1911 in Chicago, Illinois, United States
Affiliations: Chicago Archers, Chicago (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Archery

Biography

Benjamin Keys competed for the Chicago Archers. He competed in all three men’s events at the St. Louis Olympics. Keys was born before the Civil War and died only a few years after the 1904 Olympics from the effects of rheumatic fever.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery Men's Double American Round United States USA 7
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery Men's Double York Round United States USA 5
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery Men's Team Round Chicago Archers USA 4

Men's Double American Round

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Date Result PTS TH S
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States Final Standings 7 1904-09-19 0.0 158 840
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States 60 yards 6 1904-09-19 49 233
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States 50 yards 12 1904-09-19 51 263
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States 40 yards 8 1904-09-19 58 344

Men's Double York Round

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Date Result PTS TH S
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States Final Standings 5 1904-09-20 0.0 132 532
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States 100 yards 6 1904-09-20 45 151
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States 80 yards 5 1904-09-20 50 210
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery United States 60 yards 6 1904-09-20 37 171

Men's Team Round

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result TH PTS
1904 Summer 50 St. Louis Archery Chicago Archers USA Final Standings 4 1904-09-21 71 345
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