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  • bad hammy
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    Originally posted by EPelle
    Google cache captured it. It hasn:t gone anywhere.
    Link??

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  • EPelle
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    Google cache captured it. It hasn:t gone anywhere.

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  • Marlow
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    I was so hideous as a teenager, I'm actually better-looking now!! :wink: 8-)

    edit - hey, where did the picture go?! I was gonna throw it into photoshop, edit out the jowls and belly and CSI it!

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  • paulthefan
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    Originally posted by lonewolf
    Originally posted by tandfman
    I look in the mirror and I see the same guy I saw 30-35 years ago. Then I look at a photo of me taken and I am quickly disabused of that self-deception.
    You too???
    ...and all this time I was thinking, is it the mirror or camera.

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  • guru
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    Originally posted by SQUACKEE
    George Young, the great distance runner?
    Getting hot. Right event, but not Young.

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  • SQUACKEE
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    George Young, the great distance runner?

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  • EPelle
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    George from Seinfeld?

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  • guru
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    Fine guesses both, but not a thrower.

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  • Marlow
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    OK, I'll say George Woods (indoor SP AR in 1974). I'm pretty sure the nametag says "George" on it, but the last name is too blurry.

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  • Jon
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    Originally posted by guru
    Noted former AR holder.
    Looks like a shot putter, but the face doesn't ring any bells. Am I on the right lines with the throws...?

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  • guru
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    Noted former AR holder.

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  • Bruce Kritzler
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    Daisy,
    Carlos Lopes on the left.

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  • malmo
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    Originally posted by rasb
    So, in Gateshead in 1983, that went Debele, Lopes, Muge, Salazar, and then Deke in 6th and Porter in 9th. I recognize the Spaniard on the inside lane, but can't come up with his name. Is there a website that has all the individual placings from the IAAF X-C over the years?
    Antonio Prieto.

    There used to be a website with full results.

    http://mypage.bluewin.ch/tomtytom/wxc_iaaf.html

    If anyone knows of another, or what happened to that website, please post a link.


    "DeCastella also ran well in XC World Champinship in Gateshead, England in 1983. Among the leaders were Bekele
    Debele (Eth), S. Muge 197 (Ken), Carlos Lopes (Por) in blue obscured by Muge, Alberto Salazar (USA), Antonio Prieto (Spain, 333) and Deek (at the end he obtained 6th place)."

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  • rasb
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    So, in Gateshead in 1983, that went Debele, Lopes, Muge, Salazar, and then Deke in 6th and Porter in 9th. I recognize the Spaniard on the inside lane, but can't come up with his name. Is there a website that has all the individual placings from the IAAF X-C over the years?

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  • malmo
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    Originally posted by rasb
    1983 or 1985...
    Read the bibs: "Gateshead"

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