Ann Marie Flynn

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Ann Marie Flynn (born August 17, 1936) is a retired female high jumper from the United States, who competed in the 1950s and 1960s for her native country. She was born in New York and was a member of the German-American Athletic Club in Brooklyn. She set her personal best in the women's high jump event (1.65 metres) on July 18, 1959 at a meet in Philadelphia. She also competed in the discus throw and the heptathlon during her career. Flynn competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics but was the only athlete not to clear the qualifying height at the event.

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
1956 US National Championships Philadelphia 2nd
1957 US National Championships Shaker Heights, Ohio 4th
1958 US National Championships Morristown, New Jersey 3rd 1.50 m
1959 Pan American Games Chicago, United States 1st 1.61 m
US National Championships Cleveland, Ohio 4th 1.57 m
1960 US National Championships Corpus Christi, Texas 6th 1.51 m

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