August 3, 1915|
|Died||November 21, 1969
In 1936 he won the silver medal in the 400 metre hurdles event. In the 400 metre competition he finished sixth. He was also a member of the Canadian relay team which finished fourth in the 4×400 metre contest.
At the 1938 Empire Games he won the gold medal in the 440 yards hurdles event. He also won the gold medal with the Canadian team in the 4×110 yards relay competition as well as in the 4×440 yards relay contest. In the 440 yards event he finished fifth.
In 2017, the Windsor Open Track and Field Meet was renamed the Johnny Loaring Classic in order to recognize Mr. Loaring's contributions to the sport of athletics and the Community.
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