|Type||Competed in Olympic Games, Competed in Intercalated Games|
|Full name||Charles Archibald "Archie"•Hahn|
|Nick/petnames||The Milwaukee Meteor|
|Born||14 September 1880 in Dodgeville, Wisconsin (USA)|
|Died||21 January 1955 in Charlottesville, Virginia (USA)|
|Measurements||167 cm / 64 kg|
|Affiliations||Michigan Wolverines, Ann Arbor (USA) / Milwaukee AC, Milwaukee (USA)|
In 1904, Archie Hahn of the University of Michigan became the first man to win both the 100 m and 200 m at the Olympic Games, and he won the 60 m, an event which has not been held in the Olympics since. By winning the 100 m at Athens he became the first man to successfully defend the 100 m title. Hahn took both sprints at the U.S. and Canadian championships in 1903 and he again won the AAU 220y in 1905. His time of 21.6 in winning the 1904 Olympic 200 m was a new world record and was not bettered at the Olympics until 1932, although it must be noted that the 1904 race was run on a straight course. Archie Hahn later became a track coach, first at Princeton and then at the University of Virginia. He wrote one of the first definitive books on sprinting.
Personal Bests: 100y – 9.8 (1901); 100 - 11.0 (1904); 200 – 21.5y (1903).
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1904 Summer Olympics||Athletics||USA||Archie Hahn|
|60 metres, Men (Olympic)||1||Gold|
|100 metres, Men (Olympic)||1||Gold|
|200 metres, Men (Olympic)||1||Gold|
|1906 Intercalated Games||Athletics||USA||Archie Hahn|
|100 metres, Men (Intercalated)||1||Gold|