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  • Powell
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    Sorry for not having proofread my question... but I'm glad you got it anyway :-) Didriksen, Ostermeyer and Chudina is indeed the correct answer.

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  • gh
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    OK, I'll start a new jumping/throwing thread for NCAA men

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Just re-read the question. He meant to ask who won medals in both a jumping event and a throwing event. And that would be Didricksen, Chudina, and Ostermeyer. I think this says more about the low standard of women's athletics in those days than it does about the talents of these particular women. It's hard to imagine anyone doing that today.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Don't forget Babd D. and a fourth, Chudina.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    The third would be Kravets

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    Tamara Press (Mr.?) (SU) '60 & '64
    Micheline Ostermeyer (FR) '48

    Drawing a blank on the third....

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  • stevehj197
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    >DJ was closest on the 2000 Olympic Champion 2nd
    >in a WR - it was Privalova (under her maiden name
    >Sergeyeva) jumping 13.39 in Moskva on 3Jan87,
    >behind Galina Chistyakova's 13.98

    On 6 5.5
    >Steve's trivia - Gutknecht wore his grad school
    >shirt when he won the '61 AAU 6 miles (I have no
    >idea where that was)
    R.E.Merritt was a teammate
    >of Nelson's at Andrews HS in 1960 - R.E.M (did he
    >become famous for beinga rock group ?) ran 48.3y
    >that season
    One of the Duke 4x440 team was a
    >fellow called Bazemore - the other 2 ???

    2
    >trivia questions for all of you -
    1/ What links
    >HJ WR stters Ludmila Andonova (BUL) and Tamara
    >Bykova (SOV) other than the fact that both set
    >WRs in 1984 ?
    2/ Can you name me 2 British
    >Olympic sprint medallists who were well-regarded
    >internationals in another sport (and what sport
    >was it) ?


    Richard, for the Gutknecht question, you must have consulted T&FN, issue from way back in 1961 for the answer, and to my horror, it is not there.... just says "shirt borrowed form his grad. school...

    So iguess had to be there....

    correct answer is University of North Carolina.

    Now at least this entire thread can fade into history........

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  • stevehj197
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    >OK, I've got a very traditional question for all
    >the traditionalists this time :-) ...not sure if
    >it's easy or hard - we'll see:

    Name three
    >female athletes who won Olympic medals in both
    >jumping throwing events.

    Too hard !!

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  • stevehj197
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    >>Wow ! A lot of repeated junkerama here at
    >least
    >3 times,what a mess, but finally, at the
    >very
    >bottom of the third effort, the Duke 1960
    >Mile
    >relay question has been answered
    >correctly.
    >Bazemore/Weisiger ( provided
    >previously by
    >other) duo has been correctly
    >filled out with
    >the addition of Tom Menaker
    >and Satch Barnes,
    >although the real first
    >name of that last one is
    >the same as the
    >answerer. I guess he was
    >being
    >modest.

    Only outstasnding question
    >from me
    >then is Gutknecht's jersey in winning
    >AAU 6 mile
    >in 1961.

    DOOK
    >

    That is an incorrect answer.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Liddell was correct - but he was a rugby international (not a soccer player - the best known in that field was Silvio Cator LJ wr stter in 1928, who captained his national soccer team) for Scotland, playing 7 times in 1922-23. The other international was Ken Jones - who was a member of the GB team placing 2nd in 1948.

    The answer to the Bykova Andonova question was though they are of different nationality they were born in the same town - Rostov on Don

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  • Powell
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    OK, I've got a very traditional question for all the traditionalists this time :-) ...not sure if it's easy or hard - we'll see:

    Name three female athletes who won Olympic medals in both jumping throwing events.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    >Wow ! A lot of repeated junkerama here at least
    >3 times,what a mess, but finally, at the very
    >bottom of the third effort, the Duke 1960 Mile
    >relay question has been answered correctly.
    >Bazemore/Weisiger ( provided previously by
    >other) duo has been correctly filled out with
    >the addition of Tom Menaker and Satch Barnes,
    >although the real first name of that last one is
    >the same as the answerer. I guess he was being
    >modest.

    Only outstasnding question from me
    >then is Gutknecht's jersey in winning AAU 6 mile
    >in 1961.

    DOOK

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    I guess it's too late for this old leopard to change his spots, but I share the "Harrumph!" opinion. When you say the words "World Record" to me it means one thing...... a mark made outdoors in a ratified event. Otherwise it's just a very good mark.

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  • michael lewis
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    "Which makes it a rather deceptive
    >question, since it was indoors and it was before
    >the IAAF even recognized the event."

    Well IMHO it's one of the best trivia questions I've seen!

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  • stevehj197
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    Wow ! A lot of repeated junkerama here at least 3 times,what a mess, but finally, at the very bottom of the third effort, the Duke 1960 Mile relay question has been answered correctly. Bazemore/Weisiger ( provided previously by other) duo has been correctly filled out with the addition of Tom Menaker and Satch Barnes, although the real first name of that last one is the same as the answerer. I guess he was being modest.

    Only outstasnding question from me then is Gutknecht's jersey in winning AAU 6 mile in 1961.

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