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1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 20km Walk Featured Athletics Image

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 20km Walk

Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Men's 20km Walk
From left to right in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany: West Germany's Bernd Kannenberg (#372), USSR's Nikolay Smaga (#959), East Germany's Peter Frenkel (#326), Great Britain's Paul Nihill (#301), and USSR's Volodymyr Holubnychy (#935).
Frenkel won the gold and Holubnychy the silver, with Smega fifth and Nihill sixth, while Kannenberg did not finish the race

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Tatyana Kazankina wins 800m gold at the 1976 Montreal Olympics Featured Athletics Image

Tatyana Kazankina wins 800m gold at the 1976 Montreal Olympics

Athletics - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Women's 800m Final
The Soviet Union's Tatyana Kazankina (#340) approaches the line to win the gold medal in a new World Record of 1:54.94, with Bulgaria's Nikolina Shtereva (#45), East Germany's Elfi Zinn (#168) and Anita Weiss (#166) and the Soviet Union's Svetlana Styrkina (352) behind in the Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Shtereva took the silver, Zinn the bronze, while Weiss was fourth and Styrkina fifth. The first four runners all broke the existing world record in the fastest 800m race to-date at that time.
Kazankina would also win the 1500m at the Montreal Games, and would defend that title in 1980. Her career came to an abrupt end in September 1984 when she refused to take a drug test and was banned for 18 months

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Ed Moses on his way to winning gold at the 1976 Montreal Olympics Featured Athletics Image

Ed Moses on his way to winning gold at the 1976 Montreal Olympics

Athletics - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Men's 400m hurdles Final
The USA's Edwin Moses (#943) takes the bend onto the home straight in the lead in the Olympic Stadium, Quebec, Canada. From left to right, the USA's Quentin Wheeler (#967), Cuba's Damaso Alfonso (#203), Great Britain's Alan Pascoe (#376), Moses, Portugal's Jose Carvalho (#748), and the USA's Mike Shine (#959).
Moses won the gold medal in a new world record time

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