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Hyla Bristow "Henry" Stallard (28 April 190121 October 1973) was a Britishmarker athlete who competed principally as a middle-distance runner.

A contemporary of Harold Abrahams at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridgemarker, where he studied medicine, Stallard competed for Great Britain in the 1924 Summer Olympics held in Parismarker, winning the bronze medal in the 1500 metres and finishing fourth in the 800 metres. He was portrayed by Daniel Gerroll in the 1981 Oscar-winning movie Chariots of Fire.

Stallard went on to have a distinguished medical career. As Ophthalmic Surgeon to St Bartholomew's Hospitalmarker and Moorfields Eye Hospital, he pioneered radioactive Cobalt plaque therapy for the treatment of ocular tumours, particularly in children.

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