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KIVI Boise
We Humans Are A Lot Faster And Stronger Than We Used To Becatch up. But there are exceptions — most notably 1968 Olympic long-jump champ
We Humans Are A Lot Faster And Stronger Than We Used To Be
KIVI Boise / Posted 5 days ago
catch up. But there are exceptions — most notably 1968 Olympic long-jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon jumped 8.9 meters at the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City. Forty-eight years later, Beamon's Olympic record still stands today. But Mike Powell... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
We Humans Are A Lot Faster And Stronger Than We Used To Becatch up. But there are exceptions — most notably 1968 Olympic long-jump champ
We Humans Are A Lot Faster And Stronger Than We Used To Be
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 5 days ago
catch up. But there are exceptions — most notably 1968 Olympic long-jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon jumped 8.9 meters at the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City. Forty-eight years later, Beamon's Olympic record still stands today. But Mike Powell... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
We Humans Are A Lot Faster And Stronger Than We Used To Becatch up. But there are exceptions — most notably 1968 Olympic long-jump champ
We Humans Are A Lot Faster And Stronger Than We Used To Be
KGTV San Diego / Posted 5 days ago
catch up. But there are exceptions — most notably 1968 Olympic long-jump champion Bob Beamon. Beamon jumped 8.9 meters at the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City. Forty-eight years later, Beamon's Olympic record still stands today. But Mike Powell... Read more
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