|Olympic medal record|
|Bronze||1912 Stockholm||Team, European system|
As a member of the British team in 1908 he finished eighth in the team competition.
Four years later he was part of the British team, which won the bronze medal in the gymnastics men's team, European system event.
Vigurs was killed in action during the First World War, serving as a private with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment near Grenay[disambiguation needed]. He was buried in the Maroc British Cemetery nearby.
- Vigurs, Charles Alfred, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Retrieved 28 September 2008
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