Historic Overview Frederick Keeping


NameFrederick KEEPING
  Great Britain
Date of birth11-Aug-1867 - Pennington
Date of death21-Feb-1950 - Lymington
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking


Frederick Keeping (11 August 1867 – 21 February 1950) was a British racing cyclist. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.

Keeping competed in the 333 metres and 12 hours races. In the 12 hours race, Keeping was one of only two cyclists to finish, covering 314.664 kilometres. He was only one lap behind the winner, Adolf Schmal, who covered 314.997 kilometres. Keeping tied with two others for fifth place in the 333m, with 27.0 seconds.

source - Wikipedia


Frederick Keeping - Scores by Season

1. 1896 Individual 0 303
Overall: 0 32166