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    hijumpsteve
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    And can't go wrong in saying Al Oerter can I ??!!

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  • hijumpsteve
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    Frank Wyckoff was the first I think.

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  • old SATCH
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    Was not Henry Marshs nickname SWAMPY. Think is now a lawyer and motivational speaker. He made 4 OLYMPIC teams second male to do so / American. EASY ? , WHO WERE first and third?

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  • hijumpsteve
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    It may not be an accurate quote, but to show his "blood and guts" approach, he reportedly once said:

    "If pain is the only problem, then there is no problem."

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  • kuha
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    My hat's off to Henry Marsh: If anyone got "everything" out of their innate talent, it was most definitely him. Sub-8:10 twenty years ago!

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  • Roy2
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    American Record Steeplechase

    I wanted to say happy birthday today to Henry Marsh, still the American record holder in the steeplechase. Today Mr. Henry Marsh turns 50 years old. Some great memories watching him run. How about you?
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