Tom Amberry (born November 13, 1922) is an American retired podiatrist who is best known for owning the world record for most consecutive free throws made, having shot 2,750 of them in a row in a span of 12 hours in 1993 at the age of 71 (a record which has since been surpassed by Ted St. Martin. He has worked with the Chicago Bulls to help the players with their free throw shooting.
- Amberry, Thomas Robert. "Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Immigration Cards, 1900-1965". FamilySearch. Retrieved 23 July 2014.
- Mike McGraw. "Bulls turn to 'doctor' to improve foul shooting." Daily Herald. January 8, 2002.
- Article about Amberry
- Amberry's page at basketball's best
- Amberry's official website
- Feldman, Jay (1994). Routine Perfection: How did Tom Amberry set the world free throw record? Focus, focus, focus Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 22 April 2013
- ISBN 978-0062734341
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