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Peter George Norman (15 June 1942 – 3 October 2006) was an...

wikipedia - 18 Oct 2017
Peter George Norman (15 June 1942 – 3 October 2006) was an Australian track athlete. He won the silver medal in the 200 metres at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, with a time of 20.06 seconds which remains the Australian 200 metres record. He was a five-time Australian 200 m champion. He is also known for his support of John Carlos and Tommie Smith when they made their famous raised-fist gesture at the 1968 Olympics medal ceremony. Norman is the third, less publicly known athlete in the
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Anthem protests, Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad draw reaction

The San Diego Union-Tribune - 11 Sep 2018
Nike's recent ad campaign supporting the free speech of Colin Kaepernick should be viewed from the perspective of Peter Norman, the silver medalist in the 200-meter sprint at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. The medal ceremony was overshadowed by the ...
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Everyone Hates Norman Osborn in Marvel's Spider-Man - But Why?

Screen Rant - 14 Sep 2018
Norman Osborn isn't the Green Goblin in Marvel's Spider-Man for PlayStation 4, but that doesn't mean he's well-liked or even on the up-and-up. Insomniac's game takes place in a world where Peter Parker has been Spider-Man for a few years. In other ...
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The Players' Champion: behind the trophy

NRL.COM - 02 Sep 2018
"It's been modelled on the clenched fist of Johnathan Thurston and the iconic image of Peter Norman standing on the dais with US track stars Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics." "A lot of thought has gone into designing The ...
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Through the lens of... Norman Wilcox-Geissen

Wallpaper* - 18 Sep 2018
Introducing our new monthly series in which we throw the spotlight on emerging photographers who are Wallpaper* contributors. Every month one photographer is commissioned to capture the upfront 'Newspaper' section – an artist's residency in print form ...
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Murray Picks Up Another National Honor

Soonersports.com - 18 Sep 2018
NORMAN — University of Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray picked up his third national honor in the last 10 days when he was named the Maxwell Award Player of the Week on Tuesday. Murray led the Sooners to a 37-27 win at Iowa State on Saturday by ...
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Conference Play Starts in Fort Worth

Soonersports.com - 18 Sep 2018
NORMAN — After four weeks of tournaments, the Oklahoma volleyball team begins conference play this week as it heads to TCU on Wednesday before hosting Kansas State on Friday. Both matches are set for a 7 p.m. CT start. Wednesday's contest in Fort ...
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'I'm not dodging Gal, he'll just have to wait': Sonny Bill

The Sydney Morning Herald - 08 Sep 2018
The trophy is modelled on two iconic images: JT's triumphant raised fist and the role of Australian Peter Norman in the ''Black Power'' salute of African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Mexico Olympics. ''It's a huge ...
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Peter Donat Dies: Veteran Actor Of Stage, TV, Films Was 90

Deadline - 15 Sep 2018
The two were putting together The First Gentleman, a British costume drama by Norman Ginsbury. Donat confronted them on the street and begged for an audition. He got a part as Prince Leopold in the play, winning a Theater World Award for best ...
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My dad deserved an Emmy

Jackson Sun - 18 Sep 2018
As first explained by Norman Cousins in his book “Anatomy of an Illness,” our real-life comedy is uniquely useful in providing pain relief and releasing endorphins. And yet, the snub of my father and his misunderstood creation continues. When the ...
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LeBron Isn't Shutting Up And Dribbling Nor Are Others

Sports Talk Florida - 01 Sep 2018
Two African Americans, John Carlos and Thommie Smith along with a white athlete from Australia Peter Norman staged a protest on the podium during a medal ceremony at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics hoping to turn a spotlight on human rights. All three ...

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