Vincent Loney

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Ernest Vincent Loney (born 1882, died 1951) was a British athlete and member of the Birchfield Harriers athletics club. He competed at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London.

In the fourth round of the 1500 metres, Loney finished first with a time of 4:08.4 to qualify for the final. There, he pace set in an attempt to tire eventual winner Mel Sheppard and did not end up finishing the race.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ British Olympic Association, The Fourth Olmpiad, p. 60
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