Harry Mallin

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Olympic medalist
Harry Mallin
Medal record
Men's Boxing
Gold 1920 Antwerp Middleweight
Gold 1924 Paris Middleweight

Henry William "Harry" Mallin (1 June 1892 – 8 November 1969) was an English middleweight amateur boxer.

He came originally from Hackney Wick; later he lived in Dartmouth Park, North London and died at a nursing home in Lewisham.

Mallin was British Champion five years in a row from 1919 to 1923. He was also world champion in the middleweight class between 1920 and 1928. He never lost an amateur bout and never turned professional.

He won a gold medal in middleweight division, defeating Canadian boxer Georges Prud'Homme in the final. In 1924 he went on to win another gold in the same weight class in boxing at the 1924 Summer Olympics.

He was the elder brother of Fred Mallin.

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