|Competitor for England|
|British Empire Games|
|Gold||1930 Hamilton||Coxed fours|
He was born in Norwich. He was the younger brother of Christopher Boardman who won gold in the Sailing at the 1936 Summer Olympics. Their father, Edward Thomas Boardman, was a Norwich architect, and their mother, Florence, was the daughter of Sir Jeremiah Colman, 1st Baronet owner of Colman's Mustard.
At the 1930 Empire Games he was a member of the English boat which won the gold medal in the coxed fours competition as well as in the eights contest.
- Sports-Reference.com "Rowing at the 1928 Amsterdam Summer Games: Men's Double Sculls Round One Repêchage" Retrieved 2010-09-10.
- Sports-Reference.com "Humphrey Boardman" Retrieved 2010-09-10.
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