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Quite Remarkable

city_boycity_boy Posts: 1,616
edited December 2013 in The cake stop
David Coleman sadly died today. A true legend. RIP

Just a few of his classics:

That's the fastest time ever run - but it's not as fast as the world record

A truly international field, no Britons involved.

The Republic of China - back in the Olympic Games for the first time

And the line up for the final of the Women's 400 metres hurdles includes three Russians, two East Germans, a Pole, a Swede and a Frenchman.

And here's Moses Kiptanui - the 19-year-old Kenyan who turned 20 a few weeks ago

He just can't believe what's not happening to him

Morcelli has the four fastest 1,500 metre times ever. And all those times are at 1,500 metres

In a moment we hope to see the pole vault over the satellite

He is even smaller in real life than he is on the track

One of the great unknown champions, because very little is known about him

It's gold or nothing...and it's nothing. He comes away with the silver medal

This could be a repeat of what will happen in the European games next week

He's 31 this year. Last year he was 30

Here are some names to look forward to, perhaps in the future"

Ingrid Kristiansen has smashed the world record, running the 5,000 metres in 14:58:09. Truly amazing. Incidentally this is a personal best for Ingrid Kristiansen

There is Brendan Foster, by himself with 20,000 people

The Republic of China - back in the Olympic Games for the first time

We estimate, and this isn't an estimation, that Greta Waitz is 80 seconds behind

He is accelerating all the time. The last lap was run in 64 seconds and the one before in 62".

There's going to be a real ding-dong when the bell goes
Statistically, 6 out of 7 dwarves are not happy.


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