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  • Vince
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    Ian Hodge's e-mail is [email protected]

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    Does anyone have email addresses for the above mentioned afficionados?

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  • richardh
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    One of the most knowledgeable experts on T&F is Ian Hodge. Many years ago I remember someone asking him - what's your speciality. The reply came back "Anything that moves".

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  • richardh
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    One of the most knowledgeable experts on T&F is Ian Hodge. Many years ago I remember someone asking him - what's your speciality. The reply came back "Anything that moves".

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    Probably one of the most knowledgeable about track and field on this planet is a man who has been to every outdoor world championship in our sport and also 14 Olympic Games. He not only started the greatest magazine about athletics (TFN), but he also has written books about the sport. Even though he turns 85 next month, Cordner Nelson remains one of the most knowledgeable people in track and field today.

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    RLQ is THE authority. He is merely the author of six books on the history of T&F (and maybe more, if I'm missing something). Also the founder of the ATFS.

    Are the McWhirters still around? They published a few books with the Guinness people.

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    I think Garry Hill belongs up there; good grief!

    What about Frank Z. for the deca? How about Roberto Q.?

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    Very flattering to be put on such a list, but anyone wanting info needs to contact me at [email protected] and not the address listed in the post

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    My new e-mail is [email protected]

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  • Bob H
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    >>Bob Hersh [email protected]<

    Better yet, use [email protected], which is my primary e-mail address. (I've got five of them, but it's compuserve that I check most frequently.)

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    >Please list email addresses if you have them!


    Hal Bateman - [email protected]
    Walt Murphy - [email protected]
    Mark Butler - [email protected]
    Richard Hymans - [email protected]
    Peter Matthews - [email protected]
    Pete Cava - [email protected]
    Lennart Julin - [email protected]
    Bob Hersh - [email protected]

    Hope that helps!

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    Please list email addresses if you have them!

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  • tracknut
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    There is Also Scott Davis the announcer for Southern California track meets and Editor
    the Track and field US Statistics lists.

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    Carol Lewis!

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    >A guy with whom I was on the Daily Bruin sports
    >writing staff at UCLA around 1982-83 named Tom
    >Feuer is the most knowledgeable track expert I've
    >ever known. In recent years, he's done color
    >commentary on Fox Sports coverage of the Pac-10
    >and Big-12 meets. If you're out there, Tom, send
    >me an e-mail (by clicking where my name is
    >highlighted).



    His email addy - [email protected]

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