- 1. Who was the first man to run a sub-4:00 indoors?
- 2. Jeff Galloway served in what US Military?
- 4. This man set the world record for 10,000 meteres five times during his career.
- 5. Although Olympic glory eluded him, this colorful Briton ran a world record in the 10,000 meters in 1973 in London, running 27:30. (He later directed the London Marathon.)
- 6. True of False. A typical Olympic gold medal these days is actually more than 90 percent silver.
- 7. As a two-time World Cross-Country chmap, Khalid Skah of Morroco proved he could give the Kenyans and Ethiopians a run for their money. What does Skah translate (roughly) to in Arabic?
- 8. This famous American runner credits his third place in the 1975 World Cross-Country Championships as the confidence booster and springboard to his first big marathon breakthrough the next month.
- 9. When she won the 1992 New York City Marathon in 2:27:33 -her first-ever attempt at the 26.2 mile distance--this confident distance runner set a then world record for a "debut" marathon.
- 10. Accused of "blood boosting" (which was not against Olympic rules in 1972) by some skpetics, Lasse Viren of Finalnd occasionally joked with persistent journalists that his successes were due to: