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1976 Montreal Olympics - Mens 800m Final Featured Athletics Image

1976 Montreal Olympics - Mens 800m Final

Athletics - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Men's 800m Final
The runners head into the back straight during the first lap of the race in the Olympic Stadium, Olympic Park, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Left to right: Great Britain's Steve Ovett (#375), Yugoslavia's Luciano Susanj (#983), India's Sriram Singh (#512), Cuba's Alberto Juantorena (#217), the USA's Rick Wohlhuter (#970), Belgium's Ivo Van Damme (#103), and West Germany's Willi Wulbeck (#450).
Juantorena won the gold in a new World Record, while Van Damme took the silver and Wohlhunter the bronze.
Later Juantorena would win gold in the 400m, becoming the first man to complete the 400m/800m Olympic double since 1906

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1992 Barcelona Olympics: Womens 10, 000m Featured Athletics Image

1992 Barcelona Olympics: Womens 10, 000m

Athletics - 1992 Barcelona Olympics - Women's 10, 000m Final
From left to right in the Estadi Olimpic de Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain: Portugal's Conceicao Ferreira (#1399), Germany's Uta Pippig (#838), Italy's Rosanna Munerotto (#1016), Great Britain's Liz McColgan (#739), Japan's Izumi Maki (#1085) and Kenya's Helen Kimaiyo (#1118).
McColgan finished fifth, Pippig seventh, Maki twelth, Munerotto sixteenth and Ferreira didn't finish the race

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Mary Peters finishes the 200m to win Pentathlon gold at the 1972 Olympics Featured Athletics Image

Mary Peters finishes the 200m to win Pentathlon gold at the 1972 Olympics

Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Women's Pentathlon Day Two
Great Britain's Mary Peters (#111) finishes her 200 metres heat in fourth place, which is good enough to win the gold medal in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany.
Left is West Germany's Heide Rosendahl (#173) who won silver, and right is East Germany's Burglinde Pollak (#143) who won the bronze

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