Earle Meadows

1913 - 1992

Earle Meadows

Earle Elmer Meadows (June 29, 1913 – November 11, 1992) was an American pole vaulter who won a gold medal at the 1936 Olympics. His winning vault is featured in Leni Riefenstahl's film Olympia. Meadows had a long rivalry with Bill Sefton, his teammate from the University of Southern California. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Earle Meadows has received more than 18,205 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 410th most popular athlete.

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Among athletes, Earle Meadows ranks 411 out of 2,090Before her are Lee Evans, Frank Wykoff, Chūhei Nambu, Shirley Strickland, Jaan Kikkas, and Ernesto Ambrosini. After her are Ulf Timmermann, Patrik Sjöberg, Tamara Bykova, Tim Ahearne, Lee Barnes, and Klaus Dibiasi.

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Among people born in 1913, Earle Meadows ranks 199Before her are Mary Martin, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Christiane Desroches Noblecourt, Richard Helms, Betty Field, and Ellen Albertini Dow. After her are Robertson Davies, Helene Madison, Oscar Alfredo Gálvez, Anna Lee, Cornelius Johnson, and Douglas Slocombe. Among people deceased in 1992, Earle Meadows ranks 162Before her are Roberto Bonomi, Gerard K. O'Neill, Margarita Aliger, Sandy Dennis, Ronnie Bucknum, and Marsha P. Johnson. After her are Amjad Khan, Sven Delblanc, Bep van Klaveren, Sidney Nolan, William Schuman, and Peter Hirt.

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