|1938 Sydney||1500 yd freestyle|
|1938 Sydney||4×220 yd freestyle|
|1934 London||4×200 yd freestyle|
|1938 Sydney||400 yd freestyle|
|Representing Great Britain|
|European Championships (LC)|
|1938 London||1500 m freestyle|
|1938 London||4×200 m freestyle|
Four years later he was a member of the British relay team which finished sixth in the 4×200 metre freestyle relay contest. He also finished sixth in the 1500 metre freestyle event and seventh in the 400 metre freestyle competition.
At the British Empire Games in 1934 he won a silver medal as part of the English team in the 2×220 yards relay race. In 1938 he won the 1500 yards contest and finished second in the 400 yards event and as member of the English relay team he won his second gold medal.
Bob lived in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire where he ran the family business, Leivers Butchers with shops in Longton, Staffordshire and Meir, Staffordshire. He married Winifred May Leivers (née Degg) and fathered two children; Patricia Ann McLaughlin (née Leivers) and Robert Thomas Hanford Leivers.
- "Bob Leivers". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC.
- "In the Swim" (1934), British Pathé newsreel of Bob Leivers swimming at Winsford, Cheshire
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