Tommy Hall (cyclist)
|Full name||William Thomas Hall|
|Died||April 26, 1949|
|World Motor-paced Hour Record Holder|
|Infobox last updated on
25 September 2007
William Thomas Hall, better known as Tommy Hall, (born October–December 1887 – 26 April 1949) was an English professional track racing cyclist.
Hall broke the world motor-paced hour record in 1903, completing 54.34 miles (87.391 kilometres). He also came third in the European stayer (motor-paced) championship in 1904.
William Thomas (Tommy) Hall
- England & Wales Birth Register Index, October/November/December Quarter 1887
- 1901 Census, 104 Shepperds Bush Road, London
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