Jack Miles
Jack Miles
Full Name:  Jack Miles
   School:  Germantown High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


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FSU Career
Gymnastics
Year  Hgt  Wgt  Cl  Ltr  Hometown
50-51 5-6  135  Fr   *   Philadelphia, PA                        
51-52 5-6  135  So   *   Philadelphia, PA                        
52-53 5-6  135  Jr   *   Philadelphia, PA                        
53-54 5-6  135  Sr   *   Philadelphia, PA                        


Awards
Gymnastics
Year  Award
1952  NCAA Championships - All-Around (5th)
      NCAA Championships - Flying Rings (5th)
1954  NCAA Championships - All-Around (4th)
      NCAA Championships - Flying Rings (8th)
      NCAA Championships - Free Exercise (8th)
Elected into the FSU Hall of Fame in 1984
Jack Miles was an integral part of Florida State gymnastics teams which won five NCAA and AAU championships in the 1950s. A versatile athlete, Miles was AAU national champion in the flying rings in 1951. As a senior in 1955 he was national champion in both long horse vaulting and the still rings. In that year this Seminole gymnast scored 327 points at the AAU national championships and tied as the best All-Around gymnast - a highly coveted honor. In 1955 Miles represented the United States in the Pan Am games and one year later he was a member of the U.S. Olympic team. Combining strength and grace, Jack Miles represented Florida State well as Hartley Price's Seminole gymnasts brought national recognition to this young university's growing athletic program.



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