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  • #61
    https://web.archive.org/web/20080612...836386,00.html

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    • #62
      on-topic, plz.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by 1.609 View Post

        You guys want to make this about race, leave me out of it. I just looked at a 100 year old list and 2 athletes were a bit "down under" the others and weren't spotted. Forget that I said anything about transplanted Europeans, because for some people, that will be the focus, not the original salient point. Discussions of race are so damn boring by this point.
        I think they were a lot down under 1.609. 😂😂😂

        I saw Dixie race once.

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        • #64
          From a kiwi perspective here are my hopes for 2022.
          Walsh - over 23
          Gill - over 22.30
          Conor Bell (discus) - 67
          McCartney - over her tendon problems - 5m
          Adams - over 20
          Wesche (wSH) - over 19
          Ratcliffe and Bruce - 75 in wHAM
          Osei-Nketia - 100m, 9.99

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Tuariki View Post
            From a kiwi perspective here are my hopes for 2022.
            Walsh - over 23
            Gill - over 22.30
            Conor Bell (discus) - 67
            McCartney - over her tendon problems - 5m
            Adams - over 20
            Wesche (wSH) - over 19
            Ratcliffe and Bruce - 75 in wHAM
            Osei-Nketia - 100m, 9.99
            All the best to the 2022 Kiwi fortunes. My wacky sense of humor.



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            • #66
              Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
              1:58.0 in 1964 in North Korea....one wonders how legit it was...

              In 1966...Time..

              Finally there was Sin Kim Dan, a delicate little North Korean lass who broke the women's records at both 400 meters and 800 meters two years ago; some time later, an overjoyed elderly gentleman in South Korea recognized Sin as the son he had lost in the war.
              🤔

              Are there actual videoclips to Shin's 1:58.0 and 51.2 (51.0?), or any other performance? There's a performance of 51.9 from Pyongyang in 1962 officially in the books.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by CookyMonzta View Post

                🤔

                Are there actual videoclips to Shin's 1:58.0 and 51.2 (51.0?), or any other performance? There's a performance of 51.9 from Pyongyang in 1962 officially in the books.
                I saw that ....it also doesn't mean anything at all. Stella Walsh has the first IAAF 100 record.

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