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Arthur F. Andrews
American cyclist

Arthur F. Andrews

Arthur F. Andrews
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Intro American cyclist
A.K.A. Arthur Fleming Andrews, Arthur F. Andrews
Was Athlete Sport cyclist
From United States of America
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 1 September 1876, Muncie, USA
Death 20 March 1930, Long Beach, USA (aged 53 years)
Star sign Virgo
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Arthur Fleming Andrews (September 1, 1876 – March 20, 1930) was an American cyclist who competed in the early twentieth century.

He competed in cycling at the 1904 Summer Olympics in Missouri and won the silver in the 25 mile race and a bronze in the 5 mile race. He also reached the semifinals of the quarter mile race and was eliminated in the first round of the half mile race.

He was born in Muncie, Indiana and died in Long Beach, California.

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