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Edward James ("Ted") Allsopp (born 15 August 1926) was Australia's leading male race walker in the 1950s. He set his personal best (4:20.00) in the men's 50 km in 1966. He was born in Edenhope, Victoria.
|1956||Olympic Games||Melbourne, Australia||10th||20 km|
|1964||Olympic Games||Tokyo, Japan||17th||50 km|
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