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Ervin Hall

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Sport  Sprint running
Weight  75 kg
Height  1.83 m

Role  Olympic athlete
Name  Ervin Hall
Education  Villanova University
Ervin Hall
Born  July 2, 1947 (age 68) (1947-07-02) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Club  Philadelphia Pioneer Club
Personal best(s)  100 yd – 9.4 (1967) 100 m – 10.2 (1968) 220 yd – 20.8 (1968) 110 mh – 13.38 (1968)
Olympic medals  Athletics at the 1968 Summer Olympics - Men's 110 metre hurdles

Ervin Henry "Erv" Hall (born July 2, 1947) is a retired American sprinter who won a silver medal in the 110 m hurdles at the 1968 Olympics. In the semifinal he set an Olympic record at 13.3 seconds. He was 0.1 s slower in the final, and lost to Willie Davenport, who ran 13.3.

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