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- 1. How many North American women are in the world's top 20 list for 10,000M updated May 25, 2000? ....Answer
- 2. He underwent an appendectomy 40 days before the 1964 Olympic marathon but still won the race. Who was he? ..... Answer
- 3. He worked at Bloomingdale's in New York City as a clerk. Mr. Bloomingdale had taken a liking to him and built a cinder track on the roof of the store so he could train during his breaks. He won the 1908 London Olympic marathon. Who was he? ..... Answer
- 4. Where did Roger Bannister, the first man to break 4 minutes for the mile, finish in his only Olympic final? .....Answer
- 5. He won 44 consecutive races at 1500M between 1954 and 1960 including setting a world record at that distance in the 1960 Rome Olympics. Who was he? .....Answer
- 6. At the age of 12 in a seven-day period she competed in a marathon (finishing in a time of 3:09), a 440, an 880, a mile race and a two-mile. She later became one of America's top women middle/long distance runners.Who was she? .....Answer
- 7. She was the first woman to be officially timed in a marathon on October 3, 1926. Her "record" time of 3 hours fourty minutes and twenty-two seconds stood for 37 years. Who was she? .....Answer
- 8. Going into the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics she was undefeated in the 7 marathons she had completed and had beaten Joan Benoit at various distances 10 out of the 11 times they had raced. She ended up second to Joan in the 1984 Olympic Marathon. Who was she? .....Answer
- 9. In the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, he won the 5,000M and 10,000M and announced that 3 days later he would run his first marathon, which he won! Who was he?
- 10. At the age of 17 she was ranked number one in the world at 5,000M by Track and Field News. Who was she?
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