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Track Athletics Up to Date

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  • Autor: Ellery Harding Clark
  • Editor: Theclassics.Us
  • Relaese Date: 12 September 2013
  • ISBN: 1230219226
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT, Audio, MOBI
  • Number of page: 32 pages
  • File Size: 34MB
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Description Track Athletics Up to Date de Ellery Harding Clark:

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... chapter vi sprinting American Amateur Record, 100 yards, 9 3-5s. Dan J. Kelley, June 23, 1906- H. P. Drew, March 28, 1914220 yards, 21 1-5s. B. J. Wefers, May 30, 1896- Dan J. Kelly, June 23, 1906- R. C. Craig, May 28, 1910- May 27, 1911- D. F. Lippincott, May 31, 1913- H. P. Drew, Feb. 23, 1914- George Parker, Oct. 2, 1914. The term "sprint" or "dash" is confined to distances which a man can traverse at top speed and includes any distance from the ten yards dash sometimes found on the program of indoor athletic meetings, up to about three hundred yards. As Mr. Montague Shearman has well phrased it, "Sprinting, or sprint-running, is the technical name given to the running of those short distances over which a man can spurt or 'sprint' at top speed without a break. The rough-and-ready experience of the last generation, which almost stereotyped the distances and conditions of racing, decided that 300 yards was the limit of sprinting distance, and that the next distance for racing purposes--the quarter of a mile--was something sni generis, and distinct from sprinting."1 The standard distances, however, which come at once to mind whenever sprinting is talked of are the one hundred yards dash and the two hundred and twenty yards dash. 1 "Athletics and Football," by Montague Shearman. The Badminton Library. London, 1887. It is encouraging, at the outset, to observe that a champion sprinter may be of practically any height or weight. On this point all the authorities are agreed. Thus Mr. Walter Camp, in his "Book of College Sports," says: "Tall and short, light and heavy, there are few men who are prevented by physical makeup from competition in one of these dashes. Brooks at 170 pounds, and Myers at no pounds, made one of the prettiest... Specifics of this author cannot be uncovered or maybe has been taken off for the ask on the author. Maybe you can be thinking about other ebooks through the Ellery Harding Clark. We were able to acquire the majority of the almost all iformatsii for yourself. Regarding copy writers: web site will not include public accessibility the publications on the web sites merely introduction info on the publication. If you find that web page is infringing, you should email us all regarding this needless to say actually the creator these training books, we are going to instantly remove web pages from our web-site.

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