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    I RETIRED with many honors and was captain of mens Athletic team but didn't win a major title until I was 26. name please and PR .

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      if I LOST by margins you did I would be petty / jealous too tea bag.

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          did your mommy ever tell you that if can't say something nice about some one to be quiet . your" unpleasant" remark about one of BRITAINS greatest athletes was uncalled for.YOU ARE also obviously a name dropper. I RAN WITH Christie.

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              > I RAN WITH Christie.<

              I think we'd all be curious to hear more about that, Satch, since you are at least 20 years older than Christie.

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                  The best line by a UK sprinter about Christie:

                  'He was perfectly balanced. He had chips on both shoulders.'

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                    DEAR JON, I intend to report you to the Queen for hoping that a great British athlete would always lose, even in the Olympics! What is the BRIT. word for a red neck?

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                      >DEAR JON, I intend to report you to the Queen for hoping that a great British
                      >athlete would always lose, even in the Olympics! What is the BRIT. word for a
                      >red neck?



                      Huh? Me? I haven't even said anything in this topic! (apart from now). What do you mean...?

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                        To Satch all Brits clearly look alike.

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                          sorry JON , ROB is the Jimmy the GREEK OF TRACK! LINFORD SATCHMAN, OLY. CHAMP and greatest British sprinter ever.

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                            For Jon, I think the British word for redneck is yob. Brits do all look alike. Except those that don't.
                            Chritie's performance at Atlanta '96 probably did provide a role model for Drummond at St Denys, so Linford can't be all bad.
                            Seriously, he may have not been a really "feel good" guy, but he was one of the fiercest competors ever. I never met him, but saw him compete at the highest level 3 or 4 times. Not everyone can be Mother Theresa, and there is a revisionist line on her, as well.

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                              >For Jon, I think the British word for redneck is yob......



                              Seriously, I was never meant to be part of this topic!! Satch was meant to be addressing Rob and not me. I'm not interested in rednecks / yobs / or Linford Christie!

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