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Persoonlijke informatie
Volledige naam John Emery
Geboortedatum 4 januari 1932
Geboorteplaats Montreal
Overlijdensdatum 21 februari 2022
Vlag van Canada
Sportieve informatie
Pictogram bobsleeën
Olympische Spelen 1964
Belangrijkste prestaties
Olympische Winterspelen
Gouden medaille

John Emery (Montreal, 4 januari 193221 februari 2022) was een Canadees bobsleeremmer. Emery won als remmer van zijn broer Vic Emery de gouden medaille in de viermansbob. Als remmer van Gordon Currie behaalde Emery in de tweemansbob de elfde plaats


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