Norman Tate

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For the New Zealand entertainer, see Norman Edward Tate.

Norman ("Norm") W. Tate (born January 2, 1942 in Oswald, West Virginia) is a retired long jumper from the United States, who set the world's best year performance in 1971 by jumping 8.23 metres on 1971-05-22 at a meet in El Paso. He represented his native country at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, where he was eliminated in the qualifying round of the men's triple jump.

He trained Jack Pierce, who was an Olympic medalist in the hurdles at the 1992 Summer Olympics.[1]


  1. ^ Bloom, Mark (1994-02-01). TRACK AND FIELD; World's No. 2 Hurdler Has a No. 1 Problem. New York Times. Retrieved on 2010-11-18.

Sporting positions
Preceded by
West Germany Josef Schwarz
Men's Long Jump Best Year Performance
Succeeded by
United States Randy Williams