Clarence Hadfield D'Arcy

Clarence Hadfield D'Arcy

Darcy Clarence Hadfield (1 December 1889 – 15 September 1964) was a New Zealand rower who won a bronze medal at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp. Subsequently he became the third New Zealander to hold the Professional World Sculling Championship.

Read more about Clarence Hadfield D'Arcy:  Early Life & Sport, War Service, Inter-Allied Games, 1920 Olympic Games, Professional Sculling - World Champion

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Clarence Hadfield D'Arcy - Professional Sculling - World Champion
... In 1922 Hadfield turned professional and challenged the Christchurch sculler, Richard Arnst, for the latter's world championship ... held on the Whanganui River on 5 January and Hadfield won by 10 lengths ... See also World Sculling Championship (Professional) Hadfield was a quiet, modest man of medium height ...

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