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Running High Jump

1896 Ellery Clark, United States 5 ft 11.25 in
1900 Irving Baxter, United States 6 ft 2.75 in
1904 Samuel Jones, United States 5 ft 11 in
1906 Con Leahy, Ireland 5 ft 9.875 in
1908 Harry Porter, United States 6 ft 3 in
1912 Alma Richards, United States 6 ft 4 in
1920 Richmond Landon, United States 6 ft 4.25 in
1924 Harold Osborn, United States 6 ft 5.9375 in
1928 Robert W. King, United States 6 ft 4.375 in
1932 Duncan McNaughton, Canada 6 ft 5.625 in
1936 Cornelius Johnson, United States 6 ft 7.9375 in
1948 John Winter, Australia 6 ft 6 in
1952 Walter David, United States 6 ft 8.9375 in
1956 Charles Damas, United States 6 ft 11.25 in
1960 Robert Shavlakadze, USSR 7 ft 1 in
1964 Valeri Brumel, USSR 7 ft 1.75 in
1968 Dick Fosbury, United States 7 ft 4.25 in
1972 Yuri Tarmak, USSR 7 ft 3.75 in
1976 Jacek Wszola, Poland 7 ft 4.5 in
1980 Gerd Wessig, East Germany 7 ft 8.75 in
1984 Dietmar Mogenburg, West Germany 7 ft 8.5 in
1988 Guennadi Avdeenko, USSR 7 ft 0.5 in
1992 Javier Sotomayer, Cuba 7 ft 8.5 in
1996 Charles Austin, United States 7 ft 10 in
2000 Sergey Kliugin, Russia 7 ft 8.5 in
2004 Stefan Holm, Sweden 7 ft 8.91 in
2008 Andrey Silnov, Russia 7 ft 8.91 in

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