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Another golden moment for the TU Olympic Academic Experience

December 15, 2011
dsp Bonnie Tiell - Sports Writer , The Advertiser-Tribune

In 1968 a wiry framed American high jumper established a world record at the Olympic Games in Mexico City with a leap of 7 feet, 4 1/4 inches. His unorthodox technique of flying over the bar backwards, head first, revolutionized the sport and his namesake, "Fosbury Flop," became a legacy.

 
 

 

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