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06-10-2010, 06:36 AM

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Originally Posted by sjm View Post
Eddie Kelly is alive. I saw him in 2009. Tom Jennings would only be in his 60's, I'd guess, though I haven't heard of him in years, as he retired very young. Frank McGown I simply can't say. My guess is that he'd be in his 70's. Perhaps someone on the forum knows him, and can help us out here.

Another "possible" is Martin Kempter of Austria, who ran 160 vs Dennis Hatch in the 2007 World 14.1 event, as is Huidji See of the Netherlands, who seems to run over 100 almost every year at Derby City and has two different top five finishes in the World 14.1 championships.
Thanks again, Stu. I will add all three players to the confirmed list.

Btw, if you check post #2 in this thread, it contains my list of "possibles", where both Martin Kempter and Huidji See are listed.

Thanks,
Steve

P.S. To Tony, lol.
  
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