Ralph Andrew Adams (born July 9, 1907, date of death unknown) was a Canadian athlete who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics.
He was born in Hamilton, Ontario.
In 1928 he was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the 100 metres event as well as of the 200 metres competition. He was also a member of the Canadian relay team which was disqualified in the final of the 4×100 metres contest.
At the 1930 Empire Games he won the gold medal with the Canadian relay team in the 4×110 yards event. In the 220 yards competition he was eliminated in the heats.
- 1930 – 1966: 4×110 yards
- 1966 – present: 4×100 metres
- 1930: Canada (Jim Brown, Fitzpatrick, Miller, Adams)
- 1934: England (Sweeney, Davis, Saunders, Rangeley)
- 1938: Canada (Jack Brown, Loaring, O'Connor, Haley)
- 1950: Australia (Gordon, Johnson, Treloar, de Gruchy)
- 1954: Canada (Stonehouse, Springbett, Nelson, McFarlane)
- 1958: England (Breaker, Segal, Sandstrom, Radford)
- 1962: England (Meakin, Jones, Carter, Radford)
- 1966: Ghana (Mends, E. Addy, J. Addy, Allotey)
- 1970: Jamaica (Lawson, Quarrie, Stewart, Miller)
- 1974: Australia (Ratcliffe, Haskell, Lewis, D'Arcy)
- 1978: Scotland (Wells, McMaster, Jenkins, Sharp)
- 1982: Nigeria (Eseme, Adeyanju, Adegbeingbe, Oyeledun)
- 1986: Canada (McKoy, Mahorn, Williams, Johnson)
- 1990: England (Jarrett, Regis, Christie, Adam, Callender)
- 1994: Canada (Surin, Chambers, Bailey, Gilbert)
- 1998: England (Chambers, Devonish, Golding, Campbell, Gardener)
- 2002: England (Gardener, Devonish, Condon, Campbell)
- 2006: Jamaica (Frater, Waugh, Williams, Powell, Smith)
- 2010: England (Scott, Baptiste, Devonish, Lewis-Francis)