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Belk Track Statues: The Javelin Thrower, The Hurdler, The Finish Line, UNC Chapel Hill

Belk Track Statues
UNC (Chapel Hill)
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Description: The monument is composed of three bronze statues depicting athletes. The first statue depicts a runner breaking through the tape at the finish line. The second depicts a hurdler jumping a hurdle. The third depicts an athlete about to release his javelin. All three statues depict the athletes in motion.

Dedication date: 1990

Creator: Richard Hallier, Designer

Materials & Techniques: Bronze

Sponsor: The statues were donated by Irwin Belk.

City: Chapel Hill

County: Orange

Subjects: Educational Institutions,Historic Sports Figures

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