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How an Olympic Flop Can Inspire Innovation
Vice President, Partnership for Public Service's Center for Go...
In the 1960s, a track and field athlete named Dick Fosbury developed a new high jump technique because he consistently failed to clear the bar using traditional methods. This unique "back first" approach helped him set an Olympic record and win the gold medal in 1968.
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