Full name: John Alton Claude "Jack" Keller
Height: 6-3.5 (193 cm)
Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
Born: October 23, 1911
Died: June 3, 1978 in Columbus, Ohio, United States
Affiliations: Ohio State Buckeyes, Columbus (USA)
Country: United States
From 1931-33 Jack Keller had some of the best years ever by a hurdler, but he was at less than his best form in the 1932 Olympics. Keller was AAU high hurdle champion in 1932 and won the NCAA 110 hurdles in 1931 for Ohio State. In the low hurdles, he won the NCAAs in 1931-32. During that three-year period, he set three world records in the 110 hurdles and two in the 220y hurdles. Keller later became a newspaperman, eventually becoming managing editor of the Columbus Citizen-Journal.
Personal Best: 120yH â 14.1 (1933).
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Athletics||Men's 110 metres Hurdles||United States||USA||4|
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Athletics||United States||Final||4||14.8||14,81||6|
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Athletics||United States||Semi-Finals||Heat One||1||QU/OR||14.5||14.63|
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Athletics||United States||Round One||Heat Four||1||QU||14.9||15.01|