Mike Powell

Villarosa, L.
January 1992
Essence (Essence);Jan1992, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p40
Profiles Mike Powell, the man who broke the long-jump record at the Tokyo World Championships in August 1991. Enthusiasm over his achievement; Current status; Future goals.


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