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Everybody went from "Who's Dick Tracy? But, it was kinda over the top, and silly. The Nerd: It was all right, but its popularity was short-lived.
Dick Fosbury, then a year-old Oregon State University student, used his new and innovative technique of jumping — a back-layout style he had dubbed the Fosbury Flop in a newspaper interview — to take the gold medal at the Mexico City Olympic Games and, into the bargain, the world was entranced. Into the bargain, pictures of Fosbury in action had been sent around the world by wire services as early as when he first started having some success with his almost-unique style. That was the day, in the eyes of many, that the event changed forever.
That is part of Fosbury's appeal, but there is more to the story that Fosbury, 71, and Welch tell. A mediocre high jumper at Medford High School, Fosbury used trial and error to arrive at what was then a revolutionary technique in which he jumped with his back to the bar. It's just that after Mexico City, kids all over the world wanted to try it because it looked fun.
He tried athletics and, having had a go at a few disciplines, found this was the one at which he was least useless. But Fosbury still spent many years towards the wrong end of the usefulness scale. He likes to tell a story to illustrate just how average he was before he perfected the technique that was to astonish the world and make his name famous: in the mids, while he was at college.
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In the first round, with the bar set at 5. Unfortunately for the year-old, the answer was willy. The athlete had already nudged the bar out of place, but you can see from the clip above that one particular part of his anatomy did the majority of the damage.
Dick Fosbury has few regrets about the fallout from Mexicobut his tale gives any stars born at London some food for thought. Fosbury was an anomaly at the Olympics. His gold-medal winning performance in the high jump received grander recognition than those afforded to others because of the unique technique he adopted - the "Fosbury Flop". The success of his innovation made the year-old one of the four positive standout athletics stories for the United States that year - the others being Bob Beamon's epic leap in the long jump, Jim Hines's sub second m and Lee Evans's sub second m.
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During the Olympic games, right in front of a crowd of 80, people—an unknown athlete—Dick Fosbury, prepared to complete his first attempt at the high jump event. As a teenager, he failed to break into his high school basketball team, despite his towering height of 6 feet 4 inches. Eventually, he settled with the high jump event because it was the best of his athletic flops. Dick Fosbury—a year-old student with a major in civil engineering, bad feet and weak physical stature—would fail at his Olympic high jump attempts and go home without a medal.