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  1. › wiki › Paavo_NurmiPaavo Nurmi - Wikipedia

    He was called the "Flying Finn" or the "Phantom Finn", as he dominated distance running in the 1920s. Nurmi set 22 official world records at distances between 1,500 metres and 20 kilometres, and won nine gold and three silver medals in his 12 events in the Summer Olympic Games .

  2. 1 de ene. de 2005 · Flying Finn first at the finish” – 1998 F1 season review video. 1st January 2005, 20:49 | Written by Keith Collantine. The 1998 season video suffers from the same irritating commentary that spoils the 1997 review. Again, all the races are covered in the same bland fashion, delivered as if the action is occurring live.

  3. Flying Finn First at Finish: With Jacques Villeneuve, Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Michael Schumacher, Eddie Irvine.

  4. › wiki › Flying_FinnFlying Finn - Wikipedia

    Originally, it was given to several Finnish middle and long-distance runners. The term was later extended to notable Finnish racing drivers . Flying Finn is also the title of a documentary about the history of sports in Finland, and is the first English-language documentary produced in Finland.

  5. Mika Pauli Häkkinen ( Finnish: [ˈmikɑ ˈhækːinen] ⓘ; born 28 September 1968), nicknamed "The Flying Finn ", [1] is a Finnish former racing driver. He won the Formula One World Drivers' Championship in 1998 and 1999, both times driving for McLaren.

  6. Flying Finn First at Finish Highlights from this season's Formula 1 Championship which saw Schumacher and Hakkinen battling it out to the end. The Grid '98 - Preview of the 1998 Formula 1 Season (UK) Format VHS PAL. A pre-season look at the teams involved in the 1998 Formula 1 Championship.