Speed Queen

Villarosa, L.
October 1988
Runner's World;Oct88, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p79
At the 1988 US Olympic Track and Field Trials held in mid-July in Indianapolis, Ind., Florence Griffith Joyner sprinted to a 10.49 second world record in the women's 100 meters. Evelyn Ashford, 31, having a great performance, placed second. The third spot on Olympic team went to Gwen Torrence of Georgia. Analysis of race. INSET: Results.;Olympic preview..


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