Rune Gustafsson (athlete)

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Rune Gustafsson (1 December 1919 – 25 June 2011) was a Swedish middle distance runner who ran a 1000 m world record in Borås in 1946.[1] He lowered the previous record by Rudolf Harbig by 0.1 sec. to 2:21.4 min. He also won a gold medal over 800 m at European Championships.

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