October 30, 1905|
Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
|Died||June 15, 2003
|Achievements and titles|
|Olympic finals||1928 Summer Olympics
1932 Summer Olympics
Born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, he moved with his family to Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia. He won the Canadian five-mile (8 km) championship in 1925 and the Halifax Herald 10-mile (16 km) competition in the same year. Between his two wins in Boston, Miles won the Canadian 10000 metre championship in 1928. He later won a bronze medal in the marathon at the 1930 British Empire Games. He represented Canada at the 1928 Summer Olympics and finished 17th in the 1928 Olympic marathon. Four years later at the 1932 Summer Olympics he finished 14th in the Olympic marathon race.
In 1982, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada. He was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame and the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame. Miles died at age 97 in Hamilton, Ontario. At the time of his death, he was Canada's oldest living Olympic athlete.
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