|Olympic medal record|
|Competitor for the United States|
|Silver||1932 Los Angeles||Shot put|
Harlow Rothert (Harlow Phelps Rothert; 1 April 1908 – 13 August 1997) was an American athlete who competed mainly in the shot put.
Rothert attended Stanford University, where he competed in basketball, football, and track and field. He was named first-team All-Pacific Coast Conference in basketball in 1929. He won the NCAA shot put title three times, and set a world record for the event in 1930.
Rothert earned his bachelor's degree from Stanford in 1930, and a law degree, also from Stanford, in 1937. He practiced law in San Francisco, and taught at Stanford Law School and Hastings College of Law. During World War II, he spent two years in the Marine Corps.
In 1996, he was invited to carry the Olympic Torch.
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