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Athletics - 26. March 2008.

U.S. masters athletes win gold at World Championships


The following American athletes won individual gold medals at the 2008 World Masters Indoor Athletics Championships, March 17-22, in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Americans won a total of 91 medals at the Championships.

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Women's 60m Meters

W40 Renee Henderson (Merchantville, N.J.) 7.78

W60 Phil Raschker (Marietta, Ga.) 8.93

W80 Johnnye Valien (Los Angeles, Ca.) 14.05

W90 Ida Keeling (Riverdale, N.Y.) 31.82

Women's 200 Meters

W40 Renee Henderson (Merchantville, N.J.) 25.34

W60 Phil Raschker (Marietta, Ga.) 8.93

Women's 400 Meters

W35 Lisa Daley (White Plains, N.Y.) 57.95

W65 Marie Louise-Michelsohn (New York, N.Y) 1:16.26

W70 Jeanne Daprano (Fayetteville, Ga.) 1:22.21

Women's 800 Meters

W55 Kathryn Martin (Northport, N.Y.) 2:39.09

W65 Mary Louise Michelsohn (New York, N.Y.) 3:02.71

W70 Jeanne Daprano (Fayetteville, Ga.) 3:17.14

Women's 1,500 Meters

W55 Kathryn Martin (Northport, N.Y.) 5:11.05

Women's 3,000 Meters

W55 Kathryn Martin (Northport, N.Y.) 11:05.92

Women's 60m Hurdles

W35 Laura Barre (West Lebanon, N.H.) 9.56

W60 Phil Raschker (Marietta, Ga.) 10.38

Women's High Jump

W60 Phil Raschker (Marietta, Ga.) 1.38m/4-6.25

W70 Christel Donley (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 1.12m/3-8

Women's Pole Vault

W80 Johnnye Valien (Los Angeles, Calif.) 1.10m/3-7.25

Women's Long Jump

W60 Phil Raschker (Marietta, Ga) 4.31m/14-1.75

W80 Johnnye Valien (Los Angeles, Calif.) 2.11m/6-11

Women's Triple Jump

W60 Phil Raschker (Marietta, Ga.) 9.11m/29-10.75

Women's Pentathlon

W50 Rita Hanscom (San Diego, Calif.) 3,876 points

Women's 8 km Cross Country

W55 Kathryn Martin (Northport, N.Y.) 31:59

For more information on the 2008 World Masters Athletics Championships Indoor in France, visit: http://masters2008.athle.com/

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