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Choose from 39 pictures in our Images Dated 1980 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured 1980 Print

5N1980: Scotland 18 England 30

Rugby Union - 1980 Five Nations Championship - Scotland 18 England 30
Scotland team group at Murrayfield on 15/03/1981.
Back (l-r): Gilbert Chevrier (Touch-judge a?? FFR), Jean-Pierre Bonnet (Referee - FFR), Norrie Rowan, Alan Tomes, David Gray, John Beattie, Mike Biggar, David Leslie, Francis Palmade (Touch-judge a?? FFR).
Seated: Keith Robertson, John Rutherford, Bruce Hay, Andy Irvine (captain), Ken Lawrie, Jim Burnett, Jim Renwick.
Front: Roy Laidlaw, David Johnston

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Featured 1980 Print

Ian Campbell - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Triple Jump

Athletics - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Men's Triple Jump Final
Australia's Ian Campbell at the Grand Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow, USSR.
This triple jump final was highly controversial, with apparent blatant cheating by the Russian officials resulting in a 1-2 for home athletes Jaak Uudmae (gold) and Viktor Saneyev (silver). The two favourites, Australia's Ian Campbell and Brazilian world record holder Joao Carlos de Oliveira, had nine of their twelve jumps in the final called as fouls. One of Campbell's efforts would have broken the Olympic world record and won the competition, but was adjudged a foul because he he dragged his foot on the step phase - this is almost impossible to do at that speed, and was not evident in the television replays. de Oliveira had to settle for the bronze, while Campbell finished fifth

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Featured 1980 Print

Joao Carlos de Oliveira - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Triple Jump

Athletics - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Men's Triple Jump Final
Brazil's Joao Carlos de Oliveira, who won the bronze medal, at the Grand Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow, USSR.
This triple jump final was highly controversial, with apparent blatant cheating by the Russian officials resulting in a 1-2 for home athletes Jaak Uudmae (gold) and Viktor Saneyev (silver). The two favourites, Australia's Ian Campbell and Brazilian world record holder Joao Carlos de Oliveira, had nine of their twelve jumps in the final called as fouls. One of Campbell's efforts would have broken the Olympic world record and won the competition, but was adjudged a foul because he he dragged his foot on the step phase - this is almost impossible to do at that speed, and was not evident in the television replays. de Oliveira had to settle for the bronze, while Campbell finished fifth

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