World Record Holder

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List Of University Of Kansas People - Athletes and Coaches - Track and Field
... Sullivan award, former world record holder in 1500m and the mile, Silver Medal in 1936 Olympics in 1500m Billy Mills, the only US athlete ever to win an Olympic 10,000m gold medal (at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics) and. 2-time world record holder ... Held world records in the 880, 1,500m, and indoor and outdoor miles ...
San Jose State Spartans - Notable Sports Alumni - Golf - Olympic Games
... and field - 4x400 meters and 400 meters) two-time gold medalist and world record holder Jeff Fishback — 1964 Olympian (track and field) George Haines — swim coach for seven U.S. 1968 Olympian (track and field - pole vault) world record holder (first man over 18 feet) John Powell — 1976 and 1984 Olympian (track and field ...
List Of Iranians - Sports
... player, top international goalscorer, world record holder Ali Karimi, football player Ali Parvin, football player and coach Alireza Dabir, wrestler, Olympic Gold Medalist Alireza Heidari, wrestler, Olympic ... football player Yossef Karami, Taekwondo World Champion, Olympic bronze Medalist Yu Darvish, Iranian-Japanese baseball player world record holder Andranik Teymourian ...
Scot Mendelson
... He has broken multiple world records and is currently the all-time world record holder in the raw (unassisted) bench press with 715 lb (324 kg) since 2005 as well as the raw ...
Amaury Leveaux - Career
200 m freestyle event, Leveaux came in fifth, breaking his first French record with 1 min 48.80 seconds ... French runner-up in the 100 m freestyle in 2005, and participated in the World Championships in Montréal in July ... He set an Olympic record in the 100 m freestyle in the heats of the relay after leading off ...

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