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OLYMPIC GAMES.
The foot race event at the Olympic games of ancient Greece. Line engraving, German, late 19th century.
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ALAN MATHISON TURING
(1912-1954). English mathematician and logician. Finishing second in a three-mile race at Dorking, England: oil over a photograph, 1946.
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ALAN MATHISON TURING
(1912-1954). English mathematician and logician. Finishing second in a three-mile race at Dorking, England in 1946.
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OLYMPIC GAMES, 1912.
Track and field trials during the fifth Olympic Games, held in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1912.
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ENGLAND: FOOT RACE, 1866.
The two-mile foot race at Qxford during the Oxford and Cambridge athletic sports events. Wood engraving, English, 1866.
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MARATHON RACE, 1909.
Runners racing at a marathon in New York on 3 April 1909. Left to right: Tom Longboat, Alfred Shrubb, Henri St. Yves, Dorando Pietri. Photograph, 1909.
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SPORTS.
James Cleveland (Jesse) OWENS, (1913-1980), American athlete - 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, athletics, 100 meters sprint, 1st heat, Owens wins (world record, 10,2 sec) - August 3, 1936.
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CAROLIN NYTRA.
Nytra, Carolin - Athlete, Hurdles, Germany - competing at the 100 metres hurdles event during the German Athletics Association competition in Bochum - 02.08.2009. Sven Simon - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights rese
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JOHNNY HAYES (1886-1965).
American athlete. Photographed while running the marathon at the 1908 Olympic Games.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1824.
'A Foot-Race.' Cartoon etching by David Claypoole Johnston, 1824, showing candidates John Quincy Adams, William Crawford, and Andrew Jackson toeing the mark for the White House race while Henry Clay (at right) scratches his head.
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SUMMER OLYMPICS, 1952.
Fanny Blankers-Koen of the Netherlands beating Marga Petersen of Germany in the 11th heat of the 100 meter dash event in the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland.
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FOOT RACE, 1844.
Three and ten-mile races at Hoboken, New Jersey, 19 November 1844, attracted huge crowds. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
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OLYMPIC GAMES, 1952.
Werner Lueg of West Germany leads the field in the 1,500 meter event at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki. Immediately behind Lueg is Joseph 'Josy' Barthel of Luxembourg, who won the event.
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EMIL ZATOPEK.
Emil Zatopek (1922-2000) czech runner during race in Greece august 16, 1957. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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OLYMPIC GAMES, 1964.
The official poster for the 1964 Olympic Games at Tokyo.
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GREEK ATHLETES/VASE.
Armored foot-racers. Attic black-figured vase. 6th century B.C.
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SEAL: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY.
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FOOT RACE, 1868.
'The Foot Race on "Fashion Course," Long Island, November 23, 1868.' Contemporary American wood engravaving.
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OLYMPIC GAMES, 1948.
Fanny Blankers-Koen of the Netherlands (right) and Maureen Gardner (left) of England finishing the 80 meter hurdle event at Wembley Stadium, London, England, 4 August 1948.
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ATHENS: OLYMPICS, 1906.
Paul Pilgrim, U.S. winner in the 400 and 800 meters events at the 1906 Olympics at Athens, Greece.
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SILENT FILM STILL: SPORTS.
Dorothy Gulliver (center).
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DIME NOVEL, 1897.
'Frank Merriwell's Dash, or Yale Against the Field.' Cover of a Street and Smith dime novel of 1897 in the 'Frank Merriwell' series.
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CHARLES C. PYLE (1882-1939).
Known as C.C. Pyle. American sports promoter and showman. Photographed with one of his clients, star football player Harold 'Red' Grange (right), while passing through St. Louis, Missouri, in the motor caravan that accompanied the Trans-American footrace, 28 April 1928.
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MINSTREL POSTER, c1899.
Lithograph poster, c1899, advertising William H. West's Big Minstrel Jubilee.
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ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED VASE.
A foot-race. 6th century B.C.
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ROWLANDSON CARTOON, 1810.
Bath Races: caricature etching, 1810, by Thomas Rowlandson.
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CROSS-COUNTRY RACE, 1967.
Runners in a university cross-country race in France. Photograph, March 1967.
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OLYMPIC GAMES, 1896.
Three participants in the marathon race in the first modern Olympic Games at Athens, Greece, 1896. At the center is the Greek runner Harilaos Vassilakos, who finished second to his teammate Spyridon Louis.
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WILMA RUDOLPH (1940-1994).
American track and field athlete. Rudolph winning the 100 meter dash in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome.
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OLYMPIC GAMES, 1896.
Spyridon Louis winning the marathon race in the first modern Olympic Games at Athens in 1896: illustration from a contemporary English newspaper.
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RUNNING.
A group of sprinters make facial expressions at the start of a relay. Paul Thompson.
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WOMEN.
A group of women in swimsuits race through a course of sand and water. No Credit Given.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 1908.
'The Presidential Handicap!' Democratic candidate William Jennings Bryan finds he has to compete not only with Republican candidate William Howard Taft, but also with President Theodore Roosevelt, Taft's mentor, in the 1908 election campaign. Contemporary American cartoon.
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WASHINGTON MARATHON, 1911.
Elphinstone, winner of the Washington, D.C. Marathon on 15 May 1911.
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OLYMPICS: LONDON, 1908.
An exhausted Dorando Pietri of Italy (1885-1942) being assisted by judges across the finish line in the marathon event at the 1908 Olympic Games in London, for which assistance he would be disqualified from winning the gold medal, though he was the first runner to finish the race.
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DORANDO PIETRI (1885-1942).
Italian athlete. Photographed while running the marathon at the 1908 Olympic Games.
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PEEKSKILL STATE CAMP, 1896.
Men racing at Peekskill State Camp in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, 1896.
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FOOT RACE, c1861.
'Deerfoot, The Seneca Indian Runner in One of His Celebrated Matches.' Lithograph, c1861
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN 1908.
The Presidential handicap!: Democratic candidate William Jennings Bryan finds himself competing not only with Republican candidate William Howard Taft, but also with President Theodore Roosevelt, Taft's mentor, in the 1908 presidential election campaign: contemporary American cartoon.
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PEDESTRIAN RACE, 1879.
Contestants in the six-day pedestrian race for the Astley Belt, at the starting line at Gilmore's Garden (later Madison Square Garden), 19 March 1979. Left to right: Charles Rowell, Charles Harriman, Daniel O'Leary and John Ennis. American newspaper engraving, 1879.
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