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Coe, Cram and Ovett race for Great Britain in the 1980 Olympic 1500m Final Featured Athletics Print

Coe, Cram and Ovett race for Great Britain in the 1980 Olympic 1500m Final

Athletics - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Men's 1500 metres Final
Jurgen Straub (338) of East Germany leads from Great Britain's Steve Ovett (279), Sebastian Coe (254), and Steve Cram, with East Germany's Andreas Busse (296) far left, in the Grand Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow, USSR.
Coe would win the gold, with Straub second and Ovett third. Busse finished fourth and Cram eighth

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Jobst Hirscht strains to keep up with Valeriy Borzov in the 100m at the 1972 Munich Olympics Featured Athletics Print

Jobst Hirscht strains to keep up with Valeriy Borzov in the 100m at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Men's 100m Semi-Finals Heat One
The USSR's Valeriy Borzov leads the race, with West Germany's Jobst Hirscht straining just behind in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany. Also pictured, from left to right, are Jamaica's Michael Fray, Trinidad and Tobago's Hasely Crawford, and France's Alain Sarteur.
Borzov, Crawford, Hirscht and Fray all qualified for the final, where Borzov won the gold. Three days later the Soviet also won gold in the 200m final, his favoured event, and became the first non-American since 1928 to complete the sprint double

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1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 200m Featured Athletics Print

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 200m

Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Men's 200m Final
The runners approach the bend in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany. Left to right: East Germany's Siegfried Schenke (#344), the USA's Larry Burton (#976), the USSR's Valeriy Borzov (#932), West Germany's Martin Jellinghaus (#371), the USA's Chuck Smith (#1016), Italy's Pietro Mennea (#528), and the USA's Larry Black (#973).
Borzov dominated the final, winning the gold by almost two metres over Black who took silver, with Italy's Pietro Mennea finishing third. Borzov's win completed a 100m/200m double, the first sprinter from outside North America to achieve this. Fourth-place finisher Larry Burton later played for five years in the NFL as a wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers

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