James Price Jr. MCLANE

United States of America USA

Swimming

  • Olympic Medals
    3 G
    1 S
  • Games participations
    2
  • First Olympic Games
    London 1948
  • Year of Birth
    1930
Olympic Results

Biography

James Price Jr. MCLANE

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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Olympic Results
Results Event Sport

Helsinki 1952

#7
400 metres Freestyle
400 metres Freestyle Swimming
#4
1,500 metres Freestyle
1,500 metres Freestyle Swimming
G
4 x 200 metres Freestyle Relay
4 x 200 metres Freestyle Relay Swimming
Olympic Results
Results Event Sport

London 1948

S
400 metres Freestyle
400 metres Freestyle Swimming
G
1,500 metres Freestyle
1,500 metres Freestyle Swimming
G
4 x 200 metres Freestyle Relay
4 x 200 metres Freestyle Relay Swimming