Wilfred Nichol
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Wilfred Nichol

Wilfred Nichol
William Nichol 1923.jpg
Wilfred Nichol in 1923
Personal information
Born29 May 1901
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Died8 February 1955(1955-02-08) (aged 53)
Event(s)100 m, 200 m
ClubHighgate Harriers
Achievements and titles
Personal 100 m - 11.0 (1923/24)
200 m - 21.9 (1923)[1][2]

Wilfred Paulin Nichol (29 May 1901 – 8 February 1955) was an English sprinter who competed at the 1924 Summer Olympics. He won a silver medal in the 4×100 m relay, together with Harold Abrahams, Walter Rangeley and Lancelot Royle, but failed to reach the finals of the individual 100 m and 200 m events.[1][3] Nichol placed second-third in the 100 yd and 220 yd events at the Amateur Athletic Association of England (AAA) championships of 1923-24. In the 1923 100 yd final he was second to Eric Liddell, who set a new British record at 9.7 seconds. In 1926 Nichol became the first Honorary Secretary on the formation of Nottinghamshire AAA.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Wilfred Nichol Bio, Stats, and Results". sports-reference.com.
  2. ^ William Peter Nichol. trackfield.brinkster.net
  3. ^ "Olympics Statistics: William Nichol". databaseolympics.com. Archived from the original on 2 November 2012. Retrieved 2012.

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