Charles Hewes Jr. MOORE

United States of America USA


  • Olympic Medals
    1 G
    1 S
  • Games participations
  • First Olympic Games
    Helsinki 1952
  • Year of Birth
Olympic Results


Charles Hewes Jr. MOORE

As a high hurdler, Charles “Crip” Moore, Sr. went to Paris in 1924 as an alternate on the Olympic team. In 1952, 28 years later, his son, Charley Moore, Jr. enjoyed far greater success at the Olympics when he won the 400m hurdles and ran a 46.3 relay leg for the team that took the silver medals behind Jamaica. After prepping at Mercersburg Academy, Moore won the NCAA 440y flat for Cornell in 1949 and the low hurdles in 1951. He won the AAU 440y hurdles four years straight from 1949 and was unbeaten in his 23 races as an intermediate hurdler. After the 1952 Olympics, at meets in London, he twice posted a world record for the 440y hurdles within the space of five days, leaving it at 51.6. Moore finished second in the balloting for the Sullivan Award in 1952.

Moore went into the business world and became managing director of Peers & Co., an investment banking firm, and was then CEO of Peers Management Resources, in management consulting. He then served as vice-president of Advisory Capital Partners, an investment advising company. Moore was athletic director at Cornell from 1994-99 and served as president of the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletics of America (IC4A) starting in 1999. He was later Chairman of the Institute for Sustainable Value Creation, serving as executive director of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) from the organization’s founding in 1999 through 2013. In 2008, CR (Corporate Responsibility) Magazine recognized him as the Non-Profit & NGO CEO of the Year and gave him its Lifetime Achievement in Philanthropy award in 2013.

Personal Bests\: 400 – 46.7y (1949); 400H – 50.7 (1952).

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Helsinki 1952

4 x 400 metres Relay
4 x 400 metres Relay Athletics
400 metres Hurdles
400 metres Hurdles Athletics