Grant McDougall

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameGrant•McDougall
Used nameGrant•McDougall
Born12 October 1910 in Duluth, Minnesota (USA)
Died9 December 1958 in Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
Measurements198 cm / 105 kg
AffiliationsPenn Quakers, Philadelphia (USA)
NOC United States


Grant McDougall won the NCAA hammer throw in 1932, competing for Penn. He graduated from Penn in 1934 with a degree in economics. McDougall had prepped at Phillips Andover Academy in Massachusetts. He later became a physician. McDougall was the grandson of Alexander McDougall, a well-known shipbuilder.

Personal Best: HT – 51.26 (168-2 1/2) (1932).


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1932 Summer Olympics Athletics USA Grant McDougall
Hammer Throw, Men (Olympic) 5