|Olympic medal record|
|Competitor for Great Britain|
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John Ivor Disley (born 20 November 1928) is a former Welsh athlete who competed mainly in the 3000 metres steeple chase. He was born in Corris, a village in Gwynedd. He attended Oswestry Boys High School.
Olympic Bronze Medal in Helsinki 1952
Setter of 5 British Steeplechase Records
John Disley was an Athlete of great repute; he is responsible for setting five British records in the steeplechase and four at two miles. He also set Welsh records at six different distances. He also broke the record for the traverse of the Welsh 3000 foot peaks.
A Founder of the London Marathon & UK Orienteering Pioneer
|BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year
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