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Peter George Norman (15 June 1942 – 3 October 2006) was an...

wikipedia - 16 Oct 2018
Peter George Norman (15 June 1942 – 3 October 2006) was an Australian track athlete. He won the silver medal in the 200 metres at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, with a time of 20.06 seconds which remains the Australian 200 metres record. He was a five-time Australian 200 m champion. He is also known for his support of John Carlos and Tommie Smith when they made their famous raised-fist gesture at the 1968 Olympics medal ceremony. Norman is the third, less publicly known athlete in the
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Peter Norman statue to be built honouring his legacy

International Association of Athletics Federations - 09 Oct 2018
Athletics Australia, in partnership with the Victorian Government, will honour Peter Norman's legacy as an athlete and advocate for human rights by building and ...
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OpEd: Remembering Peter Norman

Around the Rings - 21 Jun 2018
Michael Pirrie pays tribute to "often forgotten man" as he is awarded a posthumous Olympic Order of Merit by the AOC.
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The Peter Norman Story

6PR - 10 Oct 2018
Peter Norman holds the Australian record for the fastest 200 metres run at an Olympic Games, but when he stood on the podium to receive his silver medal at the ...
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Remain ready for fires

The West Australian - 12 Feb 2019
In the wake of fire crews quickly and successfully bringing potentially devastating fires under control, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services has urged ...

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