Gunnell


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Gunnell

(ˈɡʌnəl)
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(Biography) Sally. born 1966, British athlete: Olympic 400-metre hurdles gold medallist (1992)
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OLYMPIC gold medallist Sally Gunnell has spoken for the first time about the mental health issues that affected her family.
TGordon Davis, 66, and Paul Gunnell, 57, died when their plane crashed into a field near Marlborough, Wiltshire, on July 13.
BIRTHDAYS: David Warner, actor, 76; Diane Keen, actress, 71; Stephen Timms MP, 62; Carl Cox, DJ, 55; Sally Gunnell, athlete, 51; Andi Peters, TV presenter, 47; Wil Wheaton, actor, 45; Stephen Dorff, actor, 44; Joey Essex, 27.
EILIDH DOYLE can still be a world beater this summer insists Olympic gold medal star Sally Gunnell.
Gunnell said was a respiratory problem, but no other details were provided.
The official cause of death was septic shock due to unspecified natural causes, Gunnell said, adding that Ali was first hospitalized on Monday.
In which event did Sally Gunnell win a gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics?
Gunnell defends them against this charge of relativism, asserting that these accusations are grossly historically inaccurate.
Bob Gunnell of Louisville-based Boxcar PR said Ali was looking forward to celebrating his 73rd birthday on Saturday at home with family and friends.
The three-time former heavyweight champion was admitted to an undisclosed hospital earlier this week, Ali family spokesman Bob Gunnell said Thursday.
Washington, Rabi'I 16, 1436, Jan 7, 2015, SPA -- Boxing legend Muhammad Ali has been released froma US hospital were he had been treated for a urinary tract infection since last month, US media quoted his spokesman, Bob Gunnell, as saying Wednesday, dpa reported.
A Paula Radcliffe: Not as ugly as a Sally Gunnell but will run for miles