Annette Rogers was the only member of the 1932 relay team to win a second gold medal in 1936. In the intervening period she won the AAU 100y in 1933 and was a member of the winning relay team in 1931-33. Running the anchor leg for the Illinois Women’s AC on each occasion, she broke the tape in 1932 in a world record equalling 49.4. Indoors, she scored a 200m/high jump double at the AAU meet in both 1933 and 1936. In the Olympic high jump she placed sixth in 1932 and fifth in 1936 and she placed fifth in the 1936 Olympic 100m. Annette Rogers attended Northwestern and later, as Mrs. Peter Kelly taught physical education in the Chicago area.
Personal Bests: 100 – 12.1e (1936); HJ – 1.587 (1936).
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