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Florence Griffith "Flo-Jo" Joyner - American track and field athlete. She is considered the fastest woman of all time based on the fact that the world records she set in 1988 for both the 100 m and 200 m still stand and have yet to be seriously challenged. She died in her sleep as the result of an epileptic seizure in 1998 at the age of 38.

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What Is a Decent Swim Time for 100M?

Swimming a two-minute 100 m could be the best of times or the worst of times. You might start out as a beginning adult swimmer, just grateful to complete the distance without stopping. With improved technique and endurance, your swim times improve, along with your dissatisfaction for your previous performance. As of 2011, the Olympic record for the...

Florence Delorez Griffith Joyner. December 21, 1959 – September 21, 1998.Also known as Flo-Jo, was an American track and field athlete. She is considered the fastest woman of all time based on the fact that the world records she set in 1988 for both the 100 m and 200 m still stand and have yet to be seriously challenged.

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#FloJo #Olympics Florence Delorez Griffith Joyner (December 21, 1959 – September 21, 1998), also known as Flo-Jo, was an American track and field athlete. She is considered the fastest woman of all time based on the fact that the world records she set in 1988 for both the 100 m and 200 m still stand and have yet to be seriously challenged. She died in her sleep as the result of an epileptic seizure in 1998 at the age of 38. #BlackHistoryMonth

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After winning the 100 meters in the Los Angeles Olympics, Evelyn Ashford (right) hugs teammate Jeanette Bolden. August 6, 1984. In addition to the 100 m, Evelyn won the 4 x 100 m relay in 1984. She returned to the Olympics in 1988 and 1992, winning two gold medals in the 4 x 100 m relay and a silver medal in the 100 m. Jeanette only won one gold medal, her career ended when she ruptured her Achilles tendon at the 1988 Olympic trials. Today she is a track and field coach at UCLA.

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Jesse Owens (1913-1980) won four gold medals in Berlin. He won the 100-m dash in 10.3 sec, equaling the Olympic record; set a new Olympic and world record of 20.7 sec in the 200-m dash; and won the running broad jump with a leap of 26 ft 5 in., setting a new Olympic record. He was also a last minute replacement on the U.S. 400-m relay team, which set a new Olympic and world record of 39.8 sec.

The rare and little-known Angular Roughsharks (Oxynotus centrina) hang out on the muddy bottoms of continental slopes and upper slopes at depths of 50 to 660 m (165 to 2165 ft), but occur mostly below 100 m (328 ft). The species reaches a maximum length of 150 cm but most have been recorded being somewhere between 50 and 70 cm in length.

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Irene Szewinska, sprinter & long jumper, 7 Olympic medals; world records (100-m, 200-m, and 400-m)

Pulsar Men's PF3663 Tech Gear Alarm Chronograph Black Ion Watch Pulsar. $155.00. Strong Hardlex crystal protects watch from excessive wear on dial. Quality Japanese-quartz movement. Stainless steel case; black dial; date function; chronograph functions. Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M). Alarm chronograph, 1/5 second stop watch, records elapsed time up to 60 min., split time measurement