Forrest Beaty

Forrest Orren Beaty (born September 5, 1944) is a retired American track and field athlete memorable for setting the National High School record in the straight 220 yard dash, a race slightly longer than the 200 metres straight.wikipedia
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List of United States high school national records in track and field

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Forrest Orren Beaty (born September 5, 1944) is a retired American track and field athlete memorable for setting the National High School record in the straight 220 yard dash, a race slightly longer than the 200 metres straight.

Herbert Hoover High School (Glendale)

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His record time, set on a cinder track in 1961 as a high school junior at Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, California was hand timed at 20.2 and equaled the world record for the imperially measured distance.

Track and field

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Forrest Orren Beaty (born September 5, 1944) is a retired American track and field athlete memorable for setting the National High School record in the straight 220 yard dash, a race slightly longer than the 200 metres straight.

200 metres straight

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Forrest Orren Beaty (born September 5, 1944) is a retired American track and field athlete memorable for setting the National High School record in the straight 220 yard dash, a race slightly longer than the 200 metres straight.

Cinder track

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His record time, set on a cinder track in 1961 as a high school junior at Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, California was hand timed at 20.2 and equaled the world record for the imperially measured distance.

Glendale, California

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His record time, set on a cinder track in 1961 as a high school junior at Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, California was hand timed at 20.2 and equaled the world record for the imperially measured distance.

100-yard dash

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Later in his high school career, he also set the record for the 100-yard dash at 9.4, just .2 off the world record in that event.

American football

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He was also spectacular on the football field for the school. He also briefly played football as a running back, gaining all of 4 yards in four attempts.

CIF California State Meet

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He won both races at the CIF California State Meet (coming out of the tunnel at East Los Angeles College) in 1961, repeating in the 100y in 1962.

East Los Angeles College

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He won both races at the CIF California State Meet (coming out of the tunnel at East Los Angeles College) in 1961, repeating in the 100y in 1962.

CIF Southern Section

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He was named the CIF Southern Section Athlete of the Year in 1962, the same award he shared with future Olympic Champion Ulis Williams in 1961.

Ulis Williams

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He was named the CIF Southern Section Athlete of the Year in 1962, the same award he shared with future Olympic Champion Ulis Williams in 1961.

Track & Field News

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He was also Track and Field News High School Athlete of the year in 1962.

University of California, Berkeley

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After graduating, Beaty ran for the University of California, Berkeley, and was part of their NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship mile relay team in 1964 and repeated in 1965.

NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship

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After graduating, Beaty ran for the University of California, Berkeley, and was part of their NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship mile relay team in 1964 and repeated in 1965.

4 × 400 metres relay

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After graduating, Beaty ran for the University of California, Berkeley, and was part of their NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship mile relay team in 1964 and repeated in 1965.

Grover Klemmer

His hand-timed, converted 440 yard time, which equalled Grover Klemmer's former world record is still ranked tied for the #3 time on the school's all time list.

Running back

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He also briefly played football as a running back, gaining all of 4 yards in four attempts.

400 metres

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He participated in the 1964 Olympic Trials, in the 400 meters, failing to qualify.

University of California, San Francisco

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Rather than pursuing his career in the sport, he focused on his medical education at the University of California, San Francisco.

United States Navy

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After serving residency with the United States Navy, Beaty established his practice in Forestville, California.

Forestville, California

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After serving residency with the United States Navy, Beaty established his practice in Forestville, California.