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  • The Fosbury Flop

    The Fosbury Flop

    American high jumper Dick Fosbury clears the bar and sets an Olympic record of 7 - 4 1/4, Mexico City, Mexico, late October 1968. His technique, known as the Fossbury Flop, became the standard for high jumpers. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Saturday, October 19, 1968 10:00 PM | Photo
  • YAABQ014

    YAABQ014

    Mexico 1968-FOSBURY Richard Douglas "Dick" (USA) 1st.
    Monday, September 30, 1968 10:00 PM | Photo
  • YAAAT074

    YAAAT074

    Mexico 1968-FOSBURY Richard Douglas "Dick" (USA) 1st.
    Monday, September 30, 1968 10:00 PM | Photo
  • YAAAT047

    YAAAT047

    Mexico 1968-FOSBURY Richard "Dick" (USA) 1st.
    Monday, September 30, 1968 10:00 PM | Photo
  • OLYMPIC MCTAGGART

    OLYMPIC MCTAGGART

    2 SEP 1960: DICK MCTAGGART OF GREAT BRITAIN PUTS IN A VERY POLISHED DISPLAY TO BEAT HARD HITTING BLAY OF GHANA IN THEIR FEATHER-WEIGHT COMPETTION AT THE ROME OLYMPICS. Mandatory Credit: Allsport Hulton/Archive
    Thursday, September 1, 1960 10:00 PM | Photo
  • Snowboard Cross Men's

    Snowboard Cross Men's

    (From Left) Alex Dickson AUS, Jake Vedder USA, Sebastian Pietrzykowski GER and Evan Bichon CAN compete during the Men's Snowboard Cross finals at the Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lillehammer Norway, 15 February 2016.
    Monday, February 15, 2016 4:57 PM | Photo
  • Snowboard Cross Men's

    Snowboard Cross Men's

    (From Left) Silver medallist Alex Dickson AUS, gold medallist Jake Vedder USA and bronze medallist Sebastian Pietrzykowski GER pose on the podium after the Men's Snowboard Cross at the Hafjell Freepark during the Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lillehammer Norway, 15 February 2016.
    Monday, February 15, 2016 4:56 PM | Photo
  • SAACZ027

    SAACZ027

    Saint Louis 1904-Diving-DICKEY William (USA) 1st.
    Thursday, December 31, 1903 11:00 PM | Photo
  • The Fosbury Flop

    The Fosbury Flop

    America's Richard Fosbury wins the gold medal in the high jump at the Mexico City Olympics, reaching a height of 7 feet 4 1/4 inches, 23rd October 1968. His revolutionary style of jumping backwards, known as the 'Fosbury Flop', soon became the standard technique. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Tuesday, October 22, 1968 10:00 PM | Photo
  • RAAGT227

    RAAGT227

    Grenoble 1968-Dick BUTTON, ABC TV anchor man during the figure skating events.
    Wednesday, January 31, 1968 11:00 PM | Photo
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