|Type||Competed in Olympic Games, Competed in Olympic Games (non-medal events)|
|Full name||Charles Edward•Brickley|
|Born||24 November 1891 in Boston, Massachusetts (USA)|
|Died||28 December 1949 in New York, New York (USA)|
|Measurements||178 cm / 82 kg|
|Affiliations||Harvard Crimson, Cambridge (USA)|
Although Charles Brickley competed in the 1912 triple jump, he was much better known as a football player and he made All-America for Harvard in 1911-12. In the 1913 Harvard-Yale game, Brickley kicked five field goals, as Crimson won 15-5. Brickley set college records in that era for most field goals in a season (13) and career (34).
Brickley became a football coach, starting at Johns Hopkins in 1915. He then coached Boston College in 1916-17, and Fordham in 1920. His college coaching record was 22-9. In 1921 he coached the New York Brickley Giants of the American Professional Football Association, a forerunner of the NFL. Brickley then stepped down from coaching. He worked as a stockbroker, shipbuilder, and advertising salesman in New York City.
Personal Best: TJ – 14.45 (47-5) (1912).
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1912 Summer Olympics||Athletics||USA||Charles Brickley|
|Triple Jump, Men (Olympic)||9|
|Baseball (Baseball/Softball)||USA||Charles Brickley|
|Baseball, Men (Olympic (non-medal))||US East "Olympics"||1|