1887 – Avery Brundage was born in Detroit on the 28th of September.
1909 – He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree of civil engineering as magna cum laude.
1915-1947 – He founded his own company, the Avery Brundage Company Builders which constructed a number of big buildings and skyscrapers around Chicago.
1912 – He competed in the Summer Olympics in Stockholm in the pentathlon and decathlon events and finished the 6th and 16th, respectively.
1914 – He won the US National all-around title.
1916 – He won the US National all-around title for the second time
1918 – He won the US National all-around title again, winning it thee times.
1928 – He became president of the Amateur Athletic Union.
1929 – He became the president of the United States Olympic Committee.
1930 – He gained the vice-presidency of the International Amateur Athletic Federation.
1936 – He rejected any proposals to boycott the Summer Olympics in Berlin and became a member of the International Olympic Commitee.
1941 – He was expelled from the America First Committee because of his pro-German leanings.
1952 – He was appointed as the successor of President Sigfrid Edstrom.
1972-1975 – He served as Life Honorary President. He died of Heart Failure in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany on the 8th of May.