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Babe Didrikson 1932

Mildred Didrikson of Dallas, Texas, bounded over the hurdles in the 80-meter event to her second Olympic title in the world record time of 11 7/10 seconds at Los Angeles, Calif., August 4, 1932. Here are the 6 finalists, in lanes reading from right: Evelyn Hall, USA, second; Miss Didrikson, first; Marjorie Clark, South Africa, third; A. Wilson, Canada; V. Webb, Great Britain, and Simone Schaller, U.S.A. (AP Photo)

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August 04, 1932 06:38:01 AM
December 19, 2007 04:02:04 PM
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Evelyn Hall, Mildred Didrikson, Marjorie Clark, Simone Schaller
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