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SPORTOLOGICALLY SPEAKING
In November 1908, Italian runner Dorando Pietri and American Johnny Hayes met in a rematch of their controversial marathon race at the London Olympics (Pietri had been disqualified after finishing first, and Hayes had received the gold medal). The second race was held inside New York's Madison Square Garden. The two contestants ran 262 laps on the arena floor, with Pietri winning by less than a lap.
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