Harry Coe

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Michigan's 1907 four-mile relay team (Coe is third from left)

Harry Lee "Spider" Coe (June 25, 1885 – April 1977) was an American athlete. He competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. He competed in intercollegiate track for the University of Michigan.

He died in Seattle, Washington.

In 1908 he was eliminated in the semi-finals of the 400 metre hurdles competition after finishing third in his heat.

Coe placed second in his initial semifinal heat of the 1500 metres, clocking in at 4:09.2, not far behind heat winner Vincent Loney at 4:08.4. Coe did not advance to the final.

In the 800 metres, Coe finished second in his semifinal heat as well and did not advance to the final. He finished two yards behind eventual silver medalist Emilio Lunghi, at 1:57.2.


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