Watch this video clip of distance runner Anne Audain, one of the pioneers of professionalism among female track and field athletes. Audain was banned for life from amateur sport after accepting a cash prize in 1981. The ban was later rescinded, and she won gold for the 3,000 metres in the Commonwealth Games the following year.
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