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Robert "Bob" Lucien LeGendre (January 7, 1898 – January 21, 1931) was an American track and field athlete and Olympics competitor, who competed mainly in the pentathlon. He was also a graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He was born in Lewiston, Maine and died in Brooklyn, New York.
LeGendre competed for the United States in the 1924 Summer Olympics held in Paris, France in the pentathlon, where he won the bronze medal. In doing so he set a world record for the long jump of 7.76 metres (25.5 ft).
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