Les Lewis (26 December 1924 – 7 April 1986) was a British athlete who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics and in the 1952 Summer Olympics.
In the 1950 British Empire Games in Auckland, New Zealand he won two silver medals in relays and an individual silver medal in the 440yards. 
He later migrated over from England to New Zealand and became a geography and PE teacher.
- ^ "Olympics". sports-reference. Retrieved 9 May 2012.
- ^ "Les Lewis". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
From his daughter...
- 1934: Germany (Hamann, Scheele, Voigt, Metzner)
- 1938: Germany (Blazejezak, Bues, Linnhoff, Harbig)
- 1946: France (Santona, Cros, Chef d’Hôtel, Lunis)
- 1950: Great Britain (Pike, Lewis, Scott, Pugh)
- 1954: France (Haarhoff, Degats, Martin-du-Gard, Goudeau)
- 1958: Great Britain (Sampson, MacIsaac, Wrighton, Salisbury)
- 1962: West Germany (Kindermann, Schmitt, Reske, Kinder)
- 1966: Poland (Werner, Borowski, Grędziński, Badeński)
- 1969: France (Bertould, Nicolau, Carette, Nallet)
- 1971: West Germany (Schlöske, Jordan, Jellinghaus, Köhler)
- 1974: Great Britain (Cohen, Hartley, Pascoe, Jenkins)
- 1978: West Germany (Weppler, Hofmeister, Herrmann, Schmid)
- 1982: West Germany (Skamrahl, Schmid, Giessing, Weber)
- 1986: Great Britain (Redmond, Akabusi, Whittle, Black)
- 1990: Great Britain (Sanders, Akabusi, Regis, Black)
- 1994: Great Britain (McKenzie, Black, Whittle, Ladejo)
- 1998: Great Britain (Hylton, Baulch, Thomas, Richardson)
- 2002: Great Britain (Deacon, Elias, Baulch, Caines)
- 2006: France (Djhone, M'Barke, Keïta, Raquil)
- 2010: Russia (Dyldin, Aksyonov, Krasnov, Trenikhin)
- 2012: Belgium (Gillet, J. Borlée, Bouckaert, K. Borlée)