|Born||6 February 1945|
Norman holds the British 50 km track record, which he set on 7 June 1980 in Timperley with a time of 2:48:06. He also formerly held the British road record for the same distance, having run a time of 2:53:21 on 23 February 1985 in Douglas, Isle of Man.
|Representing United Kingdom and England|
|1976||Olympic Games||Montreal, Canada||26th||Marathon||2:20:04|
|1978||Freckleton Half Marathon||Freckleton, Lancashire||1st||Half Marathon||1:06:18|
|1978||Commonwealth Games||Edmonton, Canada||12th||Marathon||2:22:23|
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- "UNITED KINGDOM ALL-COMERS RECORDS AND BEST PERFORMANCES". GBR Athletics. Retrieved 14 September 2015.
- Fast Running: Aly Dixon is World 50km Champion & New World Record Holder.
- "1978 Athletes". Team England.
- "Athletes and results". Commonwealth Games Federation.
- Jeff Norman at Association of Road Running Statisticians
- British Movietone on YouTube: 1972 Three Peaks Race, won by Jeff Norman
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