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- 1. In the 1904 Olympics held in St. Louis 23 track and field events were held. How many 1st, 2nd and 3rd place medals did the United States win? ....Answer
- 2. In the Tokyo Olympics of 1964 American Billy Mills won the 10,000M in a record time of 28:24.4. How much faster was this time than his previous PR? ..... Answer
- 3. The Mexico Olympics of 1968 were held at a site that was 7,350 feet above sea level. When asked how long it would take a sea-level runner to adjust to the altitude of Mexico City, what was Dr. Roger Bannister's reply? ..... Answer
- 4. What happened to legendary distance runner Ron Clarke of Australia at these games that had never happend before? .....Answer
- 5. In the Munich Olympics of 1972 Russia's Valery Borzov won both the 100M and 200M. Who was the last runner prior to this to win an Olympic sprint double? .....Answer
- 6. In 1939 Germany's Rudolf Harbig ran the 800m in 1:46.6 in Milan, breaking Sydney's Wooderson's record by 1.8 seconds. How long did this record last? .....Answer
- 7. In 1911 Clarence DeMar won the Boston Marathon for the first time. When did he next win at Boston and how many times did he win Boston in total? .....Answer
- 8. How old was Jim Ryun when he won the American Championship in the mile? What was his time? ....Answer
- 9. In what year was the first issue of Runners World magazine published? .....Answer
- 10. Who was the first runner to break 2:20 for the marathon? .....Answer
- 11. In 1967 Derek Clayton's set a world marathon record of 2:08:34 at Antwerp, Belgium. How long did this record last?
- 12. In 1978 Grete Waitz, running in her first marathon, set a women's world record of 2:32:30 at New York City. What had been her longest ever training run prior to this marathon?
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