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The First Man To Run This Olympic Distance In Under 10 Seconds Was 1968 Gold Medal Winner Jim Hines


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The First Man To Run This Olympic Distance In Under 10 Seconds Was 1968 Gold Medal Winner Jim Hines

Jeopardy Question

The correct question is 100 METERS


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This answer is categorized as A DAY AT THE RACES. We last updated this Jeopardy answer, clue, and question on _DATE. We were able to source this question from Jeopardy! World Tour.

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CategoryA DAY AT THE RACES
AnswerThe First Man To Run This Olympic Distance In Under 10 Seconds Was 1968 Gold Medal Winner Jim Hines
Question100 METERS
SourceJeopardy! World Tour
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