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by Christopher Tobin
Author: Christopher Tobin
Publisher: J. McIndoe (1984)
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John Edward Lovelock (5 January 1910 – 28 December 1949) was a New Zealand athlete who became the world 1500m and mile record holder and 1936 Olympic champion in the 1500 metres. Lovelock was born in the town of Crushington (near Reefton) as the son of English immigrants. From his early days at school he participated and excelled in fields beyond athletics.
Jack Lovelock started New Zealand's love affair with the 1500m, which . Gold: 1500m, Berlin, 1936
Jack Lovelock started New Zealand's love affair with the 1500m, which has continued to this day. Photo, Supplied. Gold: 1500m, Berlin, 1936. Jack Lovelock left a remarkable legacy for New Zealand athletics. He won our first gold medal on the track and started a love affair with the 1500m that has continued to this day. For a small nation, New Zealand has a remarkable Olympic record in the blue riband event, with three golds, a silver and two bronzes. Men like Peter Snell, John Walker, John Davies and Rod Dixon all created history for New Zealand, but Lovelock did it first.
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Official profile of Olympic athlete John LOVELOCK (born 05 Jan 1910 - 28 Dec 1949), including games, medals, results, photos, videos and news. Nzl. G 1. S 0. B 0. Sport Athletics. Lived 05 Jan 1910 - 28 Dec 1949. Games Attended 1932, 1936.
While in New Zealand he visited the small village school Lovelock had attended, noticing that the sapling given to the Olympic gold medal winner had now grown into an oak tree. The symbolism wasnâ?t lost on him. Back in England Bannister continued his fellowship in medicine through the spring of 1951 at Oxford, where he investigated the limits of human endurance and chatted with such distinguished lecturers as J. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis.
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Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Last names beginning with L. Lovelock, John Edward. WTU. Tobin, C. Lovelock: New Zealand's Olympic gold miler. Story: Lovelock, John Edward.