Full name: Thomas P. Mack, Jr.
Height: 4-9.5 (147 cm)
Weight: 90 lbs (41 kg)
Born: November 26, 1913 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Died: October 7, 2002 in Oswego, Illinois, United States
Affiliations: Penn AC, Philadelphia (USA)
Country: United States
Thomas Mack coxed US boats at both the 1928 and 1932 Olympics, the pair in 1928 and the four in 1932. In 1928, Mack was only a 14-year-old, 90 lb. (41 kg) high school student. He also coxed the US eight that won the 1930 European Championships. Mack represented the Penn Athletic Club, and the club eight that won the 1930 Europeans, and dominated US rowing from 1928-32, was known as the Big Eight.
Mack settled in Chicago where he went into insurance. He start Mack & Parker, a firm that later became Hub International, a well-known insurance brokerage.
|1928 Summer||14||Amsterdam||Rowing||Men's Coxed Pairs||United States||USA||2 h1 r2/5|
|1932 Summer||18||Los Angeles||Rowing||Men's Coxed Fours||United States||USA||3 h1 r2/3|
|1928 Summer||14||Amsterdam||Rowing||United States||USA||Gus Goetz||Round One RepÃªchage||Heat One||8:41.2|
|1928 Summer||14||Amsterdam||Rowing||United States||USA||Gus Goetz||Round One||Heat Three||8:44.8|
|1932 Summer||18||Los Angeles||Rowing||United States||USA||Round One RepÃªchage||Heat One||7:41.6|
|1932 Summer||18||Los Angeles||Rowing||United States||USA||Round One||Heat Two||7:06.6|