|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Theodore Strathy "Ted"•Frost|
|Born||6 April 1932 in Seattle, Washington (USA)|
|Died||6 November 2018|
|Measurements||194 cm / 93 kg|
|Affiliations||Lake Washington RC, Seattle (USA)|
Ted Frost attended the University of Washington, graduating in 1954 with degrees in mathematics and accounting. He later rowed for the Lake Washington Rowing Club. Frost won a gold medal at the 1959 Pan American Games in coxless pairs along with his Olympic partner, Bob Rogers. Frost worked as a CPA.
Frost continued learning throughout his life, settling in his native Seattle, and taking graduate level classes at U Wash in various topics as virology and astrobiology. He wrote articles written for a business magazine published by Dunn and Bradstreet, and published two books on small business and entrepreneurship, Where have all the Woolly Mammoths Gone? (1976) and The Second Coming of the Woolly Mammoth (1991). He also wrote a novel entitled Rack & Pinion Steering and the Meaning of Life.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1960 Summer Olympics||Rowing||USA||Ted Frost|
|Coxless Pairs, Men (Olympic)||Bob Rogers||5|