What sport did a Marmon Wasp first win and what year?
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Driven by Ray Harroun, the Marmon Wasp (race car) was in the first Indianapolis 500 race in 1911, and won.
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They won it for the first time in the 1929-30 season. they beat huddersfield town
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In the coming weeks I'll try to post a picture of an Indy 500 car from each decade - we'll see how far I get. First up is the Marmon Wasp, winner of the first Indy 500 in 1911. This car is famous for having the first rear-view mirror (visible above the dash). It was controversial at the time because… it meant that this car was the only one in the field without a passenger mechanic - a clear advantage. The average speed for the race? About 75 miles per hour, which means the race took more than six and a half hours. . http://talkpractice.wordpress.com/2008/05/09/indy-500-pole-day-approaches/ . Another site: . After 6 hours, 42 minutes, 8 seconds and averaging 74.59 miles per hour; Harroun took America's most historic checkered flag. He finished about 5/8 mile ahead of Mulford.. The 1911 Indianapolis "500" purse amounted to $27,550, of which Harroun earned $14,000. The Marmon Company let Harroun keep it all, plus a bonus. On the day the award was given, Ray Harroun announced his retirement from driving but not from the automobile business. Harroun was retained as a consulting engineer, for several years. He designed and developed the Harroun carburetor for the 1913 Marmon "48". . http://www.mshf.com/index.htm?/hof/harroun_ray.htm (MORE)
1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles ... he won gold in men's coxed fours rowing with teammates Andy Holmes, Martin Cross, Richard Budgett, and coxswain Adrian Ellison.
On wikipedia it does not tell the first sport they won a medal in, only how many medals they have won each time they participated in the Olympics. Below is a link that can tell you all of that information.
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He won his first professional fight in 1960 and his first amateur fight aroun 1952 aged around 10.
1904 they did have ancient olympics boxing but it wasn't considered the real "olympics" so i guess 1904 is the answer
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