Torrence sets U.S. record

March 1996
Jet;3/18/96, Vol. 89 Issue 18, p51
Presents a photograph of American sprinter Gwen Torrence as she crosses the finish line in the 200-meter race at the USA Indoor Championships in Atlanta, Georgia.


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