John Mulcahy

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For the Australian businessman, see John Mulcahy (businessman).
Olympic medal record
Men's Rowing
Gold 1904 St. Louis Double scull
Silver 1904 St. Louis Coxless pairs

John Joseph Francis Mulcahy (July 20, 1876 - November 19, 1942) was the winner of the 1904 Olympic double scull event with his partner William Varley. The duo also won the silver medal in the pair without coxswain event. Mulchay was one of the most accomplished rowers to come from the New York City area and served as president of the Atalanta Boat Club (established in 1848) on New York City's Harlem River. He graduated from Fordham University in 1894 and established Fordham's first rowing team in 1915.

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