Sport: Scoreboard: Jun. 22, 1962

>Six days after announcing that an unheralded Soviet discus thrower had set a new world record of 202 ft. 2| in., Moscow trumpeted still more exultant news: Broad Jumper Igor Ter-Ovanesyan, 24, who placed third in the 1960 Olympics, had sailed 27 ft. 3 in. during a meet in Armenia, thus smashing the 27-ft. 1¼-in. world record set by U.S. Olympic Champion Ralph Boston in last year's U.S.Soviet track meet in Moscow. Preparing for the fourth U.S.-Soviet track meet in Palo Alto, Calif, next month the Russians had two other new records to announce in the ladies'...

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