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Earl Fee (born March 22, 1929) is a Canadian track and field athlete. After being an above average high school and collegiate runner, Fee spent a career working as a nuclear engineer for the Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, otherwise known as CANDU. After a 33 year hiatus from competitive athletics, he joined his sons Curtis and Tyler in a running program. At age 56, he ran his first race in masters athletics. Since then he has set over 50 age group world records including the still current records in the M75 300 metre hurdles, the M80 200 metre hurdles, the M80 400 metres, and the M65, M70 and M80 800 metres.[1]

He has taken his literary skills to write The Complete Book of Running "How To Be a Champion from 9 to 90" which was published in 2007.[2] In 2010 he wrote 100 Years Young the Natural Way -- Body Mind Spirit Training which has yet to be released.[3]


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Masters athletics
Events
Records
Athletes
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