American Record

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Allison Schmitt - Swimming Career - 2012 Summer Olympic Games
... In the 200-meter freestyle final, Schmitt broke her own American record of 154.96 with a time of 154.40. 53.54 seconds and the team finished with a total time of 334.24, an American record ... a silver, in the 400-meter freestyle, and in doing so, set the American record for the event ...
Paul Cummings - Road Racing, American and World Records
... Marathon, which he won in 215.16, a course record that stands to this day ... Classic track meet in Eugene, Oregon, running against some of the best American middle distance runners of the time, including Matt Centrowitz, Alberto Salazar and Doug Padilla ... most of the race and ran 1319.62, a Personal Record by 9 seconds, and just short of the American Record set by Matt Centrowitz in the same race ...
Paul Cummings - Personal Records
... Distance Time Date Location 1,500 meters 337.6 (American Record) 12 January 1979 Long Beach, California Mile 356.4 16 March 1974 Tempe, Arizona 2 Miles 825.2 12 April 1982 Los Angeles, California ...
American Record Co
... American Record Co can refer to American Record Company American Record Corporation ("ARC") ...
Paul Cummings - Middle Distance Track Racing
... Mile in 1974, 1975, 1976, and 1977, winning the event in 1976 in a Millrose Games record time of 357.6 ... Invitational Track Meet in 829.6, just five seconds off Steve Prefontaine's American Record set at the same meet the year before ... Arena in California, Cummings broke the indoor American record for the 1500 meters by.4 with a time of 339.8 ...

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