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Christie

1. Dame Agatha (Mary Clarissa). 1890--1976, British author of detective stories, many featuring Hercule Poirot, and several plays, including The Mousetrap (1952)
2. John (Reginald Halliday). 1898--1953, British murderer. His trial influenced legislation regarding the death penalty after he was found guilty of a murder for which Timothy Evans had been hanged
3. Linford . born 1960, British athlete: Commonwealth (1990), Olympic (1992), World (1993), and European (1994) 100 metres gold medallist
4. William (Lincoln). born 1944, French harpsichord player, organist, and conductor, born in the US; founder (1979) and director of the early-music group Les Arts Florissants
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The option to relocate half-a-mile away to Linford Christie Stadium, home of Thames Harriers athletics club, is being explored by QPR.
DEEP END Linford watches youngsters jumping in the pool STAR VISITOR Olympic champion Linford Christie with children at Fenham Pool to launch a Carbon Fund Project
Linford Christie flies the flag after his golden performance
Pictures by IAN COOPER ON FAST TRACK: Richard Kilty is back to full fitness YOUNG STAR: Richard winning a sports award in 2002, above, and in action aged 11, right INSPIRATION: Coach Linford Christie, inset, and the Olympic sprinter on the track in Atlanta in 1996, above
STAR TURN: Olympic sprint legend Linford Christie was the mystery starter of this year's Nos Galan event PICTURE: Allan Gunton
SPECIAL RECEPTION Linford Christie with youngsters at the Fenham Pool in June
bar] The scene on the A413 in Buckinghamshire after the crash involving former Olympic sprint champion Linford Christie, pictured below
Summary: Jessica Ennis has revealed that Linford Christie has attempted to inspire Britain's athletes to glory - by reading his own poetry.
Former Olympics hero Linford Christie has selected the eight-year-old for the finals of his Street Athletics project.
Olympic gold medallist Linford Christie dropped in to give the young sports stars tips on how to run - fast.
2001: Sebastian Coe claimed Linford Christie had only been made the national team's athletics captain to keep him quiet.
LIVERPOOL teenagers stepped up to the mark to give sprinting legend Linford Christie a run for his money.