Historic Overview Gordon "Tiny" Thomas

Rider

Overall Rank7251
NameGordon "Tiny" THOMAS
Country
  Great Britain
Date of birth18-Aug-1921 - Shipley (Yorkshire and the Humber)
Date of death10-Apr-2013 - Peterborough (Peterborough)
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Biography

Gordon "Tiny" Thomas

Gordon W. "Tiny" Thomas (18 August 1921 – 10 April 2013) was a British cyclist who competed at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. There he won a silver medal in the team road race alongside Bob Maitland and Ian Scott. He also competed in the individual event, finishing 8th in a field of 101 participants. Born in Shipley, West Riding of Yorkshire, he served during World War II with the Royal Artillery in Africa and Italy. After his Olympic experience, he went on to win the 1953 Tour of Britain before retiring from cycling to enter the wool business.

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Major Victories

Daily Express Tour of Britain 1953
Daily Express Tour of Britain - stages 1952 (1), 1953 (1)
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Seasons

Gordon "Tiny" Thomas - Scores by Season