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    Quote Originally Posted by midwestfan View Post
    Has this ever happened before that a WR or AR was set by two runners with exactly the same recorded times? (Can't apply to Field events obviously, or could it?)
    Earl Jones and Johnny Gray ran the same time, 1:43.74, at the 1984 Olympic trials. I am pretty sure that was an American record, though it may be fuzzied by a somewhat equivalent Wohlhuter 880 yard time.
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    in the days of hand-timed sprints, "many" times.
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    I would kill to get my hands on the 1964 women's AAU video, specifically the 400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zat0pek View Post
    Do you also have video of the women's races in those same events?
    Nothing to do with this thread, but where have you been all those years ?
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    Living life, man! A lot going on and I just drifted away from posting much at all but "I'M BAAAAAACK!"
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    Welcome back! Not too many charter posters remain.
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