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  1. John Brendan Kelly Sr. (October 4, 1889 – June 20, 1960) was an American triple Olympic champion, the first in the sport of rowing. The Philadelphia-based Kelly also was a multimillionaire in the bricklaying and construction industry.

  2. John Brendan Kelly Sr. ( 4 de outubro de 1889 - 20 de junho de 1960) também conhecido como Jack Kelly, foi um dos remadores americanos mais talentosos da história do esporte de remo. Ele foi um triplo vencedor medalha de ouro olímpica.

  3. John Brendan (known as “Jack”) Kelly Sr achieved a unique feat on the Willebroeck Canal in Brussels in 1920 during the Games of the VII Olympiad: In half an hour, he took first place in the single sculls, and then first place again in the double sculls with his cousin, Paul Costello.

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  4. 23 de mai. de 2017 · John Brendan Kelly Sr. or better known as Jack Kelly, was the father of the actress and Princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly, and John B. Kelly Jr., as well as an accomplished rower. He became very famous as one of the most accomplished American rowers in the history of the sport of rowing.

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  5. 9 de jun. de 2024 · Between 1909 and his competitive retirement after the 1924 Olympics, Kelly won every sculling title available to him, including the World Championship in both singles and doubles, the Olympics in singles and doubles, and many national titles in both boats.

  6. John B. Kelly (born Oct. 4, 1889, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.—died June 20, 1960, Philadelphia) was an American oarsman who won 126 consecutive races in single sculls in 1919 and 1920, a record that included a gold medal at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp.

  7. The story of Jack Kelly, Sr., and his long quest for international recognition in rowing is a colorful legend that has been passed along so many times in the sports world that it has become, like his statue, somewhat larger than life.