Sidney Robinson (athlete)

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Olympic medal record
Competitor for a Olympic flag.svg Mixed team
Gold 1900 Paris 5000 metres team race
Men's athletics
Competitor for  United Kingdom
Silver 1900 Paris 2500 metres steeplechase
Bronze 1900 Paris 4000 metres steeplechase

Sidney John Robinson (1 August 1876 – 3 February 1959) was an early twentieth century English middle-distance athlete who specialised in the steeplechase.

He participated at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris for the United Kingdom and won three medals, the silver medal in the 2500 metre event beating the Frenchman Jacques Chastanié to second place and a bronze medal in the 4000 metres steeplechase. He also won the gold medal in the 5000 metres team race as part of a mixed team with Charles Bennett, John Rimmer, Alfred Tysoe and Stan Rowley.

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