Miguel White

1909 - 1942

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Miguel S. White (October 9, 1909 – August 30, 1942) was a Filipino track and field athlete of Filipino-American descent who competed for the Philippines in the 400 metre hurdles at the 1936 Summer Olympics held in Berlin, Germany, winning a bronze medal in the process.White was from Legazpi, Albay. He was killed in military action during the Japanese invasion of the Philippines. At the time of his death, White was a lieutenant assigned to the 51st Division. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Miguel White has received more than 33,623 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Miguel White is the 1,083rd most popular athlete, the 59th most popular biography from Philippines and the most popular Filipino Athlete.

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Among athletes, Miguel White ranks 1,083 out of 3,055Before him are Olga Mineyeva, Yelena Slesarenko, Lars Riedel, Françoise Mbango Etone, Wiesław Rudkowski, and Kati Wilhelm. After him are Bogdan Musioł, Hwang Young-cho, Jürgen Hingsen, Nobutaka Taguchi, Iryna Yatchenko, and Dennis Kipruto Kimetto.

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Among people born in 1909, Miguel White ranks 298Before him are Robert Helpmann, Norris Bradbury, Ruby Keeler, Vivian Vance, Eleanor Garatti, and Howard Da Silva. After him are Madge Evans, Obafemi Awolowo, and Hugh Beaumont. Among people deceased in 1942, Miguel White ranks 179Before him are Nevile Henderson, James Cruze, Joshua Pim, James Juvenal, Edna May Oliver, and George M. Cohan.

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In Philippines

Among people born in Philippines, Miguel White ranks 59 out of 96Before him are Freddie Aguilar (1953), Francisco Guilledo (1901), Carlos P. Romulo (1899), Jejomar Binay (1942), Fernando Poe Jr. (1939), and Lea Salonga (1971). After him are Mariano Trías (1868), Juan Ponce Enrile (1924), Rufino Santos (1908), Julio Rosales (1906), Gloria Diaz (1951), and Dolphy (1928).

Among ATHLETES In Philippines

Among athletes born in Philippines, Miguel White ranks 1After him are Hidilyn Diaz (1991).