Henry Macintosh

Henry Macintosh ( born June 10, 1892 in Kelso, Scotland, † July 26, 1918 in Albert (Somme ), France ) was a British track and field athlete and Olympic champion.

At the Olympic Games in Stockholm in 1912 he took part in both the 100 - meter dash and the 200 -meter run, but each different from the semi-finals. However, in the 4 x 100 - meter relay team, he won the gold medal, along with his team-mates David Jacobs, Victor d' Arcy and Willie Applegarth. The team of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland benefited both the semi-finals as well as the finals of exchange errors of the fiercest competitors, the United States and Germany.

Henry Macintosh died at the age of 26 years, an injury that he sustained in the fighting in the First World War.