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  • 1964-1970 100m

    Love these fantasy deals, I know....weird.

    Love to have seen this...

    lane

    1.Charlie Greene
    2.George Anderson
    3.Tommie Smith
    4,Bob Hayes
    5.Jimmy Hines
    6.Ivory Crockett
    7.John Carlos
    8,Harry Jerome

    How many world records from 60 to 200m did that gang hold?

    Who can give me that 4x1 team Hayes ran on at Florida A&M, three of then played pro football.

    Same can be said about Jerome and his Oregon WR 4x1 team, who?

    Anderson and Hines anchored stud 4x1 teams at Southern U and Texas Southern, who?

    Bonus points....before Bob Hayes the Rattlers had another RB/sprinter who played pro football, who?
    Last edited by Alcyallen; 11-23-2021, 12:31 AM.

  • #2
    I think one of Haye's teammates was Bob Paremore.

    Mike Gaechter (sp?) and Mel Renfro were teammates of Harry Jerome. Jerry Tarr could be the third.

    Was Willie Gallimore the other Rattler?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by KDFINE View Post
      I think one of Haye's teammates was Bob Paremore.

      Mike Gaechter (sp?) and Mel Renfro were teammates of Harry Jerome. Jerry Tarr could be the third.

      Was Willie Gallimore the other Rattler?
      That Rattlers team was...

      Alfred Austin...Bob Paremore...Al Denson...Hayes

      Paremore a nothing NFL career, Denson a good career as a Denver Bronco.

      Austin was the fastest kid in Jacksonville HS track, ah...at first.

      Yep, that was that Oregon team, Tarr the top ranked hurdler in the world.

      Good one on Galimore, he actually recruited Hayes to FAMU, the plan was to just play football.

      Eugene White a 9.4 cat came before Hayes, a short career with the Raiders.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Alcyallen View Post
        Love these fantasy deals, I know....weird.

        Love to have seen this...

        lane

        1.Charlie Greene
        2.George Anderson
        3.Tommie Smith
        4,Bob Hayes
        5.Jimmy Hines
        6.Ivory Crockett
        7.John Carlos
        8,Harry Jerome
        As far as I can see, only four of these sprinters ever appeared in the same 100 yards/metres race, at the California Relays in Modesto in 1967, which included 10 runners:

        10.17 Jim Hines
        10.17 William Turner
        10.25 Charles Greene
        10.32 Harry Jerome

        10.35 Jerry Bright
        10.36 Menzies Campbell
        10.37 George Anderson
        10.44 Edwin Roberts
        10.48 Cecil Turner
        10.55 Richmond Flowers
        wind: +2.0 m/s

        At the 1967 AAU three of them raced in the semi-final (Anderson, Hines, Carlos) and final (Hines, Green, Anderson), and also at the Olympic final in 1968 (Hines, Greene, Jerome) and at the AAU in 1969 (Crockett, Carlos, Greene).

        For the best 100 yards/metres field from that period, I would include Figuerola, Bambuck, Lennox Miller ahead of Anderson, Smith and Crockett (and I'd really like to get Montes and Ramirez in there too). At 200 yards/metres it would be quite a different line-up.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JC100 View Post

          As far as I can see, only four of these sprinters ever appeared in the same 100 yards/metres race, at the California Relays in Modesto in 1967, which included 10 runners:

          10.17 Jim Hines
          10.17 William Turner
          10.25 Charles Greene
          10.32 Harry Jerome

          10.35 Jerry Bright
          10.36 Menzies Campbell
          10.37 George Anderson
          10.44 Edwin Roberts
          10.48 Cecil Turner
          10.55 Richmond Flowers
          wind: +2.0 m/s

          At the 1967 AAU three of them raced in the semi-final (Anderson, Hines, Carlos) and final (Hines, Green, Anderson), and also at the Olympic final in 1968 (Hines, Greene, Jerome) and at the AAU in 1969 (Crockett, Carlos, Greene).

          For the best 100 yards/metres field from that period, I would include Figuerola, Bambuck, Lennox Miller ahead of Anderson, Smith and Crockett (and I'd really like to get Montes and Ramirez in there too). At 200 yards/metres it would be quite a different line-up.
          That was cool how ya did that.

          I almost had Miller instead of Jerome.

          George Anderson was the top ranked 100m cat in the world in 65, he has to be there.

          Figuerola needs a nine so we;ll add one

          9.Enrique Figuerola

          On second thought dump Crockett.

          Cecil Turner a 9.3 cat out of CPSLO, stud NFL kick returner with the Bears.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Alcyallen View Post

            That was cool how ya did that.
            It helps having a spreadsheet with 48,000 results in it :-) Its a beast to manipulate but doing a lot of spreadsheets for a living I know some tricks.

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