July 05, 1976 | Kenny Moore
This is the
greatest thing that has ever happened to American women's track," gasped
Madeline Manning Jackson shortly after becoming the first U.S. woman to scrape
under two minutes for 800 meters. She spoke not of...
May 03, 1976 | Pat Putnam
March 08, 1976 | Melissa Ludtke
Well into the women's mile at the Garden, Jan Merrill was running last in a field of eight. Ordinarily this would have been surprising, since Merrill ranks just behind Francie Larrieu as the best woman miler in the...
March 10, 1975 | Ron Reid
The dissonances of disputes and squabbles resounded through the AAU indoor championships, drowning out a counterpoint of fine performances
March 11, 1974 | Pat Putnam
Francie Larrieu had world records to break, the AAU to fight, a Russian rival to keep an eye on—and a comic tendency to trip and fall down