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James Price Jr. MCLANE

United States of America
TeamUnited States of America
SwimmingSwimming
Olympic Medals
3G
1S
Games Participations2
First Olympic GamesLondon 1948
Year of Birth1930

Biography

In 1944, Jimmy McLane became the youngest-ever men's AAU swimming champion by winning the long distance event at the age of 13. In a long career, which ended with his retirement in 1955, McLane won, in addition to his four Olympic medals, three golds at the 1955 Pan American Games - 400 metre freestyle, 1500 metre freestyle, and 4×200 metre freestyle (with Wayne Moore, Bill Yorzyk, and the non-Olympian Martin P. Smith), 21 AAU titles and, while attending Yale, he won two NCAA championships in 1953.

Olympic Results

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