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    IAAF list for women U20 100 meters has an unknown Greek "woman" listed at 2nd behind Sha'Carri Richardson with an 11.05 (-1.1). I think s/he is a man.

    https://www.iaaf.org/records/toplist...sultsOnly=true

    https://www.european-athletics.org/a...ias/index.html
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    Maybe he has very low T levels.
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    Of course, Spiridon was the name of the Marathon winner in 1896.
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    It's now been fixed on the IAAF site.
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    So it wasn't Spiridonna after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trickstat View Post
    Of course, Spiridon was the name of the Marathon winner in 1896.
    So clearly not U20?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AS View Post
    So clearly not U20?
    More like 20 feet under.
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