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John Rutherford "Jack" Heaton est un skeletoneur et bobeur américain né le à New Haven (Connecticut) et mort le à Paris. En 1928, il devient le premier vice-champion olympique de skeleton de l'histoire, derrière son frère Jennison. Il remporte par la suite deux nouvelles médailles olympiques[1].

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Jeux olympiques d'hiver

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  1. (en) « John Heaton », sur www.databaseolympics.com (consulté le ).

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