Archie Hahn Net Worth

Archie Hahn was born on September 14, 1880 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actor, Miscellaneous Crew, Soundtrack. Archie Hahn was born on November 1, 1941 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Charles Archibald Hahn III. He is known for his work on Small Soldiers (1998), Innerspace (1987) and Guess Who (2005). He has been married to Carol Larkin since May 14, 2014.
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Who is it? Actor, Miscellaneous Crew, Soundtrack
Birth Day September 14, 1880
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California, United States
Died On January 21, 1955(1955-01-21) (aged 74)\nCharlottesville, Virginia
Birth Sign Sagittarius
1910 Monmouth (IL)
1928 Princeton
Sport(s) Football, basketball, track, boxing
1904–1906 Michigan
1907–1908 Pacific (OR)
1911–1914 Whitman
1915–1919 Brown (backfield)
1920–1922 Michigan (trainer)
1910–1911 Monmouth (IL)
1915–1920 Brown
1920–1923 Michigan (assistant)
1929–1950 Virginia
Overall 2–11 (basketball)
Medal record Men's athletics Representing the  United States Olympic Games 1904 St. Louis 60 metres 1904 St. Louis 100 metres 1904 St. Louis 200 metres Intercalated Games 1906 Athens 100 metres Men's athleticsRepresenting the  United StatesOlympic GamesIntercalated Games 1904 St. Louis60 metres1904 St. Louis100 metres1904 St. Louis200 metres1906 Athens100 metres

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Having won sprint events at the 1903 American and Canadian championships, Hahn—born in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, but running for the University of Michigan—was among the favorites at the 1904 Olympic Games in St. Louis, which was poorly attended by European athletes.


In 1906, the "Milwaukee Meteor" repeated his Olympic 100 m victory in Athens, a feat not equalled until 1988, when Carl Lewis won the 100 m twice in a row (after the disqualification of Ben Johnson).


After his running career, Hahn became a coach and wrote the classic book How to Sprint. He coached track and number of other Sports at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, Whitman College, Brown University, Michigan, Princeton University, and the University of Virginia. At Virginia he led the Cavaliers to 12 state championships in 13 years. He died in 1955, in Charlottesville, Virginia.


Hahn was elected to the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 1959. He was inducted into the University of Michigan Athletic Hall of Honor in 1984 and the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1991.