Tim Kellaway

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Tim Kellaway
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Born(1891-10-07)7 October 1891
Marylebone, London, England
Died31 December 1952(1952-12-31) (aged 61)
Chelsea, London, England
SportLong-distance running

Tim Kellaway (7 October 1891 31 December 1952) was a British long-distance runner. [1] He competed in the marathon at the 1912 Summer Olympics. [2]

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  2. "Tim Kellaway Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 5 October 2012.