Paul H. Wyatt (February 27, 1907 – December 15, 1970) was an American competition swimmer and two-time Olympic medalist. Wyatt represented the United States at the 1924 Summer Olympics and 1928 Summer Olympics.
|Full name||Paul H. Wyatt|
|Born||February 27, 1907|
Brier Hill, Pennsylvania
|Died||December 15, 1970 63) (aged|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
He was born in southwestern Pennsylvania in the small coal-mining community of Brier Hill, Pennsylvania.
In the 1924 Paris Olympics, he won a silver medal in the men's 100-meter backstroke event. Four years later, in the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics, he won a bronze medal in the 100-meter backstroke for his third-place finish in the event.
Wyatt's middle name was "Knuth", which was his wife's maiden name. When he was married to then Juanita Knuth, he did not have a middle name. He took his wife's maiden name as his middle name. He also became a radiographer working in Nevada. His job led to his death of lymphoma.
- Paul Wyatt – Olympic athlete profile at Sports-Reference.com