Thursday, February 2, 2012

Vol. 2 No. 14 Lee Calhoun on his 110 victory

Look here what Lee Calhoun said about the race in Rome to Don
Holst and Marcia S.Popp in their book of interviews with Athletes and
'American Men of Olympic Track and Field' on page 16:

"In the Rome Games," Calhoun remembers, "the track wasn't good for me,
because it rained right before our competition.....When I came out of
the blocks
against Willie May and crashed the first hurdle, I thought I was out
of it. I kept fighting back and I finally caught up with him......"


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