He died in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
In the men's 400 metres hurdles, Burton won his first-round heat with a time of 1:00.4 to advance to the second round. There, he won again by establishing such a lead over the hurdles that he could not be caught in the straight. In the final, Burton finished last of the four runners, with a time of 58.0 seconds.
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