Yes! At the 1936 Games in Berlin, a young Harvard undergraduate named J. Paul Austin competed for the U.S. Rowing Team.
Paul Austin later became president (1962), chief executive officer (1966) and chairman of the Board (1970) of The Coca-Cola Company.
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