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Video or Pic of the Marathon incident


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here a video

the comments are dutch

but the video clearly shows what happend

http://www.rtl.nl/system/media/html/ffffff/actueel/rtlnieuws/miMedia/2004/week35/zondag_marathon1930.avi_plain.xml?template=/actueel/rtlnieuws/video_template.html

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Did you know that it's the same guy who ran onto the track at the Silverstone F1 Grandprix last year. Hopefully the media don't give reasons behind why he did it, or what his objectives may have been - otherwise this may futher his cause, and he may try to do something again.

Master Spy.

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Thats ****** up :blink: Ran onto the track of an F1 race? He have a deathwish too Im guessing? Youd be liquified if you got hit at those speeds.. be cool to see though :laugh:

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Too bad he cost the Brazilian the gold medal :no:

Well thats what they say, it took about 10 seconds to recover, and he did lose a bit of speed and momentum, but was it a real close finish for the gold? I dont know the times

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If you are accustomed to running, you know that if you come to a stop after running for a long time at a steady speed, you lose your momentum and you tend to get tired. What I appreciate about him is that he didn't complain (like the Koreans) about getting the Bronze. He gladly accepted it, though the Brazilian OC appealed to the IOC.

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