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[Portrait of Debra Flintoff-King] [picture] / [Max Dupain]
Bib ID 145859
Format PicturePicture
Author
Dupain, Max, 1911-1992
 
Description [1988?] 
1 photograph : gelatin silver on fibre based paper ; 50.5 x 45.5 cm. 
Biography/History

"Debra Flintoff-King is an Australian athlete who won a gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games to become the first Australian woman to win the 400 metre hurdles event. She also won gold medals in both the 1982 and 1986 Commonwealth Games. She later continued her athletics career in coaching and administration" -- acquisitions file.

Notes

Condition: good.

"Printed by Max Dupain & Associates Pty Ltd in 1993"-- acquisitions file.

Title from acquisitions file.

File no. 204/5/69

Subjects Flintoff-King, Debbie -- Portraits.  |  Women track and field athletes -- Australia -- Portraits.  |  Track and field athletes -- Australia -- Portraits.
Occupation Sportsmen and sportswomen.
Terms of Use Copyright held by Max Dupain & Associates Pty Ltd. 

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