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Jon Gast column: Delving into record book

11:08 PM, Apr. 23, 2013
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Possibly with the exception of swimming, no sport is more naturally entwined with a record book than is track and field. By its very nature - the uniformity of its disciplines and the virtual elimination of luck from the equation - the sport is a natural for record geeks like me.

Each year at the Door County Classic, the meet program includes a section for Door County records and Monday was no different. It's a montage of eras dating back to the time when distances were measured in yards rather than the internationally accepted meters of today.

I remember the transition during my sports editor days ...

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