|Born||18 November 1883|
Mile End, London, England
|Died||15 January 1961 (aged 77)|
Upminster, London, England
Oldman was born in Mile End, London in 1883. His passage to Olympic gold was one of the smoothest ever as he knocked out his first rival within a minute. He received a bye in the semi-final and defeated Sydney Evans, his fellow Briton, in less than two minutes in the final.
He died on 15 January 1961, at the age of 77, in Upminster, London.
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