13 October 1910|
British Hong Kong
|Died||26 January 1988
Marylebone, London, U.K.
|Alma mater||Beaumont College|
|Known for||Gold Metal Olympian.|
|Spouse(s)||Natalie Winefred Virginia Byrne|
|Relatives||Daniel Wolff (great grandson)|
|Olympic medal record|
|Representing Great Britain|
|1936 Berlin||4x400 m relay|
Frederick Wolff won the British AAA in 440 yd (400 m) in 1933.
At the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, Wolff ran the opening leg in the British 4 × 400 m relay team, which won the gold medal with a new European record of 3.09.0.
In 1929, Wolff joined the family firm Rudolf Wolff & Co. In the Second World War, Wolff served in the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and was promoted to the rank of Captain. Wolff rejoined Rudolf Wolff & Co. in 1946, and became a partner in 1951.
Wolff was the chairman of the Handicapped Children's Pilgrimage Trust. 
On 26 January 1988, Wolff died in Marylebone, London, United Kingdom. He was 77.  Sadly, the British Olympic Association held a reception at the Buckingham Palace for all surviving British Olympic medalists on the day he died. 
- Chasing Gold. Getty Images. 2005. p. 176. ISBN 0-901662-02-X.
- Freddie Wolff Archived 4 November 2012 at the Wayback Machine.. Sports Reference. Retrieved on 2015-01-23.
- The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry War Chronicle 1942-1944. Gale and Polden Limited. 1951. p. 382.
- Wolff's Guide to the London Metal Exchange (2nd ed.). Metal Bulletin Books Limited. 1980. p. 320. ISBN 0-900542-43-8.
- Perry, Alex (2 January 2015). "Wolff on hunt for family Olympic gold". ESPN. Retrieved 24 July 2015.
- Sports-reference.com Freddie Wolff
- Freddy Wolff obituary, American Metal Market 27 January 1988, Managing Director and Chairman of Rudolf Wolff & Co. and Chairman of the LME[permanent dead link]
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