Edgar Lloyd
The start of the 1912 Marathon

Edgar William Lloyd
Running
1912 Stockholm Olympics

Edgar Lloyd was born in Lewisham on 31st July 1886. He competed in the Men's Marathon in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics where he came 25th in a time of 3 hrs 9 mins 25 seconds. In 1913 he competed in a track race organised by Finchley Harriers at Stamford Bridge, where he set new British records for every distance from 41 to 50 miles. He died on 3rd January 1972.

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