Harrison Dillard

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Harrison Dillard

William Harrison "Bones" Dillard (July 8, 1923 – November 15, 2019) was an American track and field athlete, who is the only male in the history of the Olympic Games to win gold in both the 100 meter (sprints) and the 110 meter hurdles, making him the “World’s Fastest Man” in 1948 and the “World’s Fastest Hurdler” in 1952. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Harrison Dillard has received more than 87,583 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 180th most popular athlete.

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Among athletes, Harrison Dillard ranks 181 out of 2,090Before him are Dimitrios Golemis, Miruts Yifter, Sotirios Versis, Lee Haney, Ron Clarke, and John Carlos. After him are Albert Tyler, József Csermák, Otto Herschmann, Jürgen Schult, Edgar Aabye, and Christian d'Oriola.

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Among people born in 1923, Harrison Dillard ranks 171Before him are Madeleine Lebeau, Ferenc Szusza, Rafael Addiego Bruno, V. C. Andrews, Milt Jackson, and Sam Phillips. After him are Jim Reeves, Octavio Lepage, Ioannis Grivas, Giulio Cabianca, Jalal Al-e-Ahmad, and Ahmet Ertegun.

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In United States

Among people born in United States, Harrison Dillard ranks 3,733 out of 12,171Before him are Virginia Madsen (1961), Robert H. Jackson (1892), Benny Urquidez (1952), John Carlos (1945), John Henry Holland (1929), and Jon Cryer (1965). After him are Barry Sonnenfeld (1953), Martin Kove (1946), Ann Dunham (1942), Herb Ritts (1952), Kenny Roberts (1951), and Larry Clark (1943).

Among ATHLETES In United States

Among athletes born in United States, Harrison Dillard ranks 42Before him are Michael Johnson (1967), Walter Tewksbury (1876), Harry Hillman (1881), Ralph Boston (1939), Lee Haney (1959), and John Carlos (1945). After him are Albert Tyler (1872), Allen Woodring (1898), John Kuck (1905), Ralph Rose (1885), Charley Paddock (1900), and Eddie Tolan (1908).