"Fastest Man Alive" and 100-meter gold medalist Charlie Paddock stands with A.A.U. chief Robert Weaver and revelers, 1920s.
- "Fastest Man Alive" and 100-meter gold medalist Charlie Paddock stands with A.A.U. chief Robert Weaver and revelers, 1920s.
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- [between 1920-1928?]
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- Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter and 200-meter races, Charlie Paddock, stands next to A.A.U Chief Robert Weaver, presumably after a race. From 1921 until 1956, Charles Paddock held the world record for the 100-meter dash, making him the "fastest man alive" for thirteen years after his death.
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