Charles Tennant Jardine was a resident of Inverell, and Moree (N.S.W) districts. A keen sportsman, he was renowned for his champion rifle shooting, shot put, and throwing the hammer, but in the realm of boxing he was an Australian champion.
Training as an amateur boxer, he won the N.S.W Amateur Heavyweight Championship in 1922, and the following year the Australian Heavyweight Championship. In 1924 he was selected to represent Australia at the 1924 Summer Olympics at Paris.1
- The Inverell Times 9 October 1942
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