- 1. This U.S. hopeful for the 1992 Bercelona Games had a 3:49 mile to his credit when he tripped in a crowded 14-man final field in the U.S. Olympic Trials. Name this former NCAA champion.
- 2. In 1978 this man set four world records (300, steeplechase, 5000 and 10,000 meters) in 80 days.
- 4. In 1942 this runner went on a ferocius tear - setting or re-setting 10 world records in 12 weeks - the last of which made him the first man to ever break 14 minutes for 5000 meteres (13:58.2). Name him and his country.
- 5. This man set the world record for 10,000 meters five times during his career.
- 6. This Jamaican-born Olympic sprint champ didn't begin his running career until he was 24 tears old - preferring the disco dance scene. He was no stranger to the spotlight.
- 7. This man held the 800 meter world record for 16 years.
- 8. Spanish 101. Cuban stud Alberto Juantorena's nickname was "El Caballo." In Spanish that means:
- 9. In 1939 this German runner simultaneously held the world record in both the 400- and 800-meter races. He was killed in action on the Russina front in 1944, and the sports stadium in Dresden - the city of his birth - was renamed in his honor in 1951.
- 10. Australia's Derek Clayton ran 2:08:33.6 (the first man to break 2:09) in 1969 to set a world record in the marathon. Whose record did he break?