Phil Edwards

1907 - 1971

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Philip Aaron Edwards, MD (September 23, 1907 – September 6, 1971) was a Canadian and Guyanese track and field athlete who competed in middle-distance events. Nicknamed the "Man of Bronze", he was Canada's most-decorated Olympian for many years. He was the first-ever winner of the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's top athlete. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Phil Edwards has received more than 8,219 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Phil Edwards is the 1,045th most popular athlete, the 13th most popular biography from Guyana and the most popular Guyanese Athlete.

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Among athletes, Phil Edwards ranks 1,045 out of 3,055Before him are Vali Ionescu, Albert Corey, Jim Bausch, Kakhi Kakhiashvili, Anfisa Reztsova, and Daniel Plaza. After him are Bob Seagren, Marian Woronin, Keto Losaberidze, Kajsa Bergqvist, Vénuste Niyongabo, and Pat O'Callaghan.

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Among people born in 1907, Phil Edwards ranks 304Before him are Mehboob Khan, Roy Welensky, Christopher Fry, Paul Douglas, Grahame Clark, and Ethel Lackie. After him are Ruby Myers, Arlene Francis, Ross Alexander, Tex Gibbons, Bob Steele, and Ruth Patrick. Among people deceased in 1971, Phil Edwards ranks 179Before him are James Waddell Alexander II, Ogden Nash, John Jacob Astor, 1st Baron Astor of Hever, Bill Thompson, Hanna Neumann, and Thomas Gomez. After him are Seán Lemass, Raymond Hatton, Richard Russell Jr., Nora Stanton Barney, Edmund Lowe, and Ed Gordon.

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In Guyana

Among people born in Guyana, Phil Edwards ranks 13 out of 19Before him are CCH Pounder (1952), Sam Hinds (1943), Forbes Burnham (1923), Donald Ramotar (1950), Desmond Hoyte (1929), and Walter Rodney (1942). After him are Bharrat Jagdeo (1964), Ezekiel Jackson (1978), Chris Brasher (1928), Letitia Wright (1993), Mark McKoy (1961), and Irfaan Ali (1980).

Among ATHLETES In Guyana

Among athletes born in Guyana, Phil Edwards ranks 1After him are Chris Brasher (1928) and Mark McKoy (1961).