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    Re: OLD ARTICLES FROM TRACK TECHNIQUE

    if you can't find them I probably have them and will run them off or fax them to you.
    email privately to
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    Particularly, I am looking for these two articles, connected with the high jump.

    "Analysis of the High Jump Crossbar in Failed Attempts," Brad Hackett, #107 (3/89)

    "Fosbury on Flopping," Dick Fosbury, #55 (3/74)

    "How to design the Shape of the High Jump Runup," J Dapena, #131 (3/95)

    I will try to contact Ann Arbor and get it from them.

    These articles are for the Czech biomechanics expert Dr. Spilar, good friend of late Dr. K. Kerssenbrock. (Both were very helpful in my jumping years)

    Thank you all for your help and God be with you.
    ~Steve

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    If you email your requests to the AAU library, and it is only for a few articles, the excellent staff there will get them to you for free.

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    They used to be on microfish in Ann Arbor.

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    I have exact titles and all the information about the articles, but have to get it. Will post later. Thank you

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    Thank you

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    I've got a bunch - hafta check the yrs - seems like 70ish

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    The AAU library in LA is staffed by very helpful folks...

    http://www.aafla.org/4sl/over_frmst.htm

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    OLD ARTICLES FROM TRACK TECHNIQUE

    Does anybody know where I can get reprints of old articles from track technique?
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