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Medal record
Men's Cycling
Competitor for  New Zealand
British Empire Games
Bronze 1938 Sydney Sprint

George Robert Bayne Giles (21 December 1913 – 14 July 1973) was a New Zealand track and road cyclist, and one of New Zealand's leading track cyclists of the 1930s who held several national titles 1936-38.

He represented New Zealand at the 1936 Summer Olympics at Berlin and at the 1938 British Empire Games at Sydney where he won the bronze medal in the men's sprint.

He was born in christchurch where he worked in a cycle shop, then as a barman at a hotel. He died suddenly aged 59, leaving a wife and four sons.

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