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Track and Field Records - Track & Field - About.com
A compilation of track and field records, including world, Olympic and ... links include outdoor and indoor American records, as recognized by USA Track & Field.
Men's Fastest Mile Times (World Records) - Track & Field - About.com
The greatest men's mile runs in track and field history. ... mile was run by John Paul Jones of the U.S. No, the record doesn't go back to the American Revolution .
Women's Track & Field World Records. - About.com
Women's Track & Field world records, as recognized by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
Men's Track & Field World Records by Event - About.com
World records in a variety of Track & Field Events. ... streak in the long jump, but fellow American Mike Powell ended the streak with a record-setting effort of 8.95  ...
Men's 400-Meter World Records - Track & Field - About.com
Both records were broken in 1916 when American Ted Meredith ran the 440 in 47.4 seconds, establishing a mark that lasted almost a dozen full years. Emerson  ...
Men's 100-Meter World Records - Track & Field - About.com
American Luther Cary ran the first recorded 10.8-second 100 meters, on July 4, 1891. Cary's unofficial world record was matched 14 times by 13 different ...
Fastest Mile Times: The Women's Mile World Records - Track & Field
The women's mile world record, and women's mile running in general, were basically ignored by the track and field establishment and most of the public for ...
Men's Pole Vault World Records - Track & Field - About.com
The men's track and field world record progression in the pole vault as ... American Marc Wright was credited with the first recognized men's pole vault world ...
Where Yesterday's Olympic Greats Are Today - Track & Field - About ...
Find out what the great Olympic track and field athletes of the past are doing ... at the 1967 Pan-American Games and set indoor records in the 60-yard (5.9) and ...
Men's 800-Meter World Records - Track & Field - About.com
American Glenn Cunningham began the record parade by running 1:49.7 in 1936. Another American, Elroy Robinson, broke the mark in an 880-yard race, ...
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