|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Born||13 May 1885 in Holborn, Greater London, England (GBR)|
|Died||4 April 1957 in St. Pancras, Greater London, England (GBR)|
|Affiliations||City of London Police Swimming Club, London (GBR)|
A City of London policeman, George Innocent won the 1901 Islington 100 yards freestyle title at the age of 16. Before he had reached 20, he had won the South of England title, two national police quarter-mile titles and, in 1905, the first of three successive City of London police 100 yards titles. Innocent appeared at two Olympics, and his best result was in reaching the 400 breaststroke semi-final in 1912, but he failed to finish. After ending his police career, Innocent worked as a guard for the Bank of England.
|1908 Summer Olympics||Swimming (Aquatics)||100 metres Freestyle, Men||Olympic||3 h5 r1/3||Representing Great Britain|
|1912 Summer Olympics||Swimming (Aquatics)||200 metres Breaststroke, Men||Olympic||AC h5 r1/3||Representing Great Britain|
|400 metres Breaststroke, Men||Olympic||AC h2 r2/3|