Dick Taylor (athlete)
In 1966 he was starting for England at the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Kingston sixth over three miles . At the European Athletics Championships in Budapest he failed over 5000 m in the run.
At the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, he was eliminated over 5000 m in the first round.
In 1970 he won bronze over 10,000 m at the British Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh and was sixth in the 5000 m.
- 3000 m : 7: 47.6 min, September 6, 1969, London
- 5000 m: 13: 26.2 min, June 13th 1970, Edinburgh
- 10,000 m: 28: 06.6 min, June 22nd 1969, London
- Athlete portrait at Power of Ten
- Dick Taylor in the database of TOPS in athletics (English)
- Athlete portrait at the ARRS
- Dick Taylor in the database of trackfield.brinkster.net (English)
- Dick Taylor in the Sports-Reference database (English; archived from the original )
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Taylor, Richard George|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||British long distance runner|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 3, 1945|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Coventry|