Frederick Dove (27 September 1917 – 1980) was an English freestyle swimmer who competed for Great Britain in the 1936 Summer Olympics. He was born in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
He was a member of Monson Swimming club and Otter swimming club.
In 1936, whilst suffering from a viral infection, he was eliminated in the first round of the
100 metre freestyle event.
At the 1934 Empire Games he participated in the 100 yards freestyle competition and finished fourth. Four years later at the Empire Games in Sydney he was part of the English team which won the gold medal in the 4×220 yards freestyle contest as well as in the 3×110 yards medley event.
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1934: 3×100 Yards Medley
1938 – 1954: 3×110 Yards Medley
1958 – 1966: 4×110 Yards Medley
1970 – 2010: 4×100 Metres Medley
( Canada Gazell, Burleigh, Puddy) 1938:
( England Dove, Davies, Taylor) 1950:
( England Hale, Kendall, Romain) 1954:
( Australia Weld, Hawkins, Henricks) 1958:
( Australia Chapman, Monckton, Devitt, Gathercole) 1962:
( Australia Dickson, O'Brien, Carroll, Berry) 1966:
( Canada Gilchrist, Chase, Hutton, Jacks) 1970:
( Canada MacDonald, Rogers, Wenden, Devenish) 1974:
( Canada MacDonald, Kasting, Mahony, Kennedy) 1978:
( Canada Sawchuk, Thompson, Smith, Tapp) 1982:
( Australia Orbell, Sieben, Brooks, Evans)
1986: ( Canada Tewksbury, Davis, Ponting, Baumann) 1990:
( Canada Cleveland, Gery, Tewksbury, Ponting) 1994:
( Australia Fydler, Rogers, Miller, Dewick) 1998:
( Australia Watson, Cowley, Huegill, Klim) 2002:
( Australia Welsh, Piper, Huegill, Thorpe) 2006:
( Australia Welsh, Rickard, Klim, Sullivan) 2010:
( Australia Delaney, Rickard, Huegill, Sullivan)