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April 01, 1968
"Qu'il vente, qu'il pleuve ou qu'il fasse beau," said Gaston Roelants, the Belgian runner, "la victoire ne pourrait pas m'échapper." Which means, wind, rain or shine ain't nobody going to beat me. Roelants holds the...
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In Los Angeles they came to see Belgium's superb distance runner, Gaston Roelants. He won, all right, but it was a slim 17-year-old high school senior, Gerry Lindgren, who ran away with the applause