|Full name||Mostyn Yanto Ffrench-Williams|
|National team||Great Britain|
12 October 1914|
|Died||11 November 1963
St Austell, England
|Club||Penguin Swimming Club|
Mostyn Yanto Ffrench-Williams (12 October 1914 – 11 November 1963) was an English competition swimmer and backstroke swimmer who represented Great Britain at the Olympics, and swam for England at the British Empire Games, during the 1930s. Ffrench-Williams competed in freestyle and backstroke swimming events.
He was born in London.
Four years later the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, he was a member of the British team which finished sixth with the British team in the 4×200-metre freestyle relay contest at the 1936 Games. He also swam in the 100-metre freestyle event but was eliminated in the first round again.
At the 1934 British Empire Games in London, he was a member of the English team which won the silver medal in the 4×200-yard freestyle competition. In the 3×110-yard medley contest he won a bronze medal with the English team. Four years later at the 1938 Empire Games in Sydney, he was part of the English team which won the gold medal in the 4×220-yard freestyle event. In Sydney he also participated in the backstroke competition.
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