Unissued / unused material – some dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.
VS The Men’s 1500 metres track race at the European Athletics Championship in Budapest and the winner, Tummler of Germany, crossing the finishing line. (France’s Michel Jazy was second, Norpoth was third.) MS Slow motion of the high jump event which is won by No. 281, Madubost of France. at 212 cm. MS Slow motion of No. 652, Skvorcov of the Soviet Union, who brings down the cross bar, comes in third. MSs Pole vault competitors – No. 268, D’Encausse of France, who came third; beautiful shot of No. 405, Papanicolau of Greece, who came second clearing the bar and the winner No. 217. West German athlete, Nordwig, making his winning jump. VS 200 metres Ladies’ dash won by Irena Kirszenstein of Poland in 23.1 seconds. LS Stand with race officials timing the race. CU At night meeting of the starter firing pistol. VS Black athlete Bambuck of France winning the Men’s 200 metres track event. CU and MS The winners of the 200 metres on the podium receiving their medals – Bambuck of France, Dudziak of Poland who came second, Nallet of France who came third.
Note: Date on original record: 01/09/1966.
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