|Representing Great Britain|
|1932 Los Angeles||Marathon|
|British Empire Games|
Samuel "Sam" Ferris (29 August 1900 – 21 March 1980) was a British long-distance running athlete who competed mainly in the marathon. He was born in Magherabeg, near Dromore, County Down in Ireland. He won a silver medal for Great Britain in the marathon at the 1932 Summer Olympics.
He served as the second president of the then recently formed UK Road Runners Club during 1954.
- "Sam Ferris Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-10-10.
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