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Dr. Phillip K. Shinnick

Wrong Dr. Phillip K. Shinnick?


Local Address:  New York , United States
Research Institute of Global Physiology , Healing and Treatment

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  • PhD
    Research Institute of Global Physiology , Behavior and Treatment
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WISH Profile, Director Board, 27 Dec 2013 [cached]
Phillip Shinnick, PhD, President of the Research Institute of Global Physiology, Healing and Treatment (New York)
TRACK-Record-Finally, 10 Dec 2003 [cached]
SEATTLE (AP) - Forty years later, Phillip K. Shinnick has his record.USA Track and Field decided that Shinnick's long jump of 27 feet four inches (8.33 metres) in 1963 was a record, after all.
Shinnick was a student at the University of Washington when his jump on May 25, 1963, in the California Relays at Modesto, Calif., was three-quarters of an inch more than the world record.
Until now, however, his claim on the record was rejected because no wind gauge was used, although meet officials, athletes, journalists and others who were present denied that the leap was assisted in any way.
Shinnick, 60, a doctor specializing in alternative medicine as director of the Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behaviour and Treatment in New York, was informed of the change after the track group's annual meeting last weekend in Greensboro, N.C.
"For me, it was just finding a peace of mind," Shinnick told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer by telephone on Monday.
Shinnick said he would present the USATF findings to the International Amateur Athletics Federation and ask that his jump be considered a former world record as he always maintained.
WISH Instructor - Shinnick, 10 Dec 2013 [cached]
Phillip Shinnick WISH Instructor - Shinnick
Phillip Shinnick, PhD, L.Ac. (Director, Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior and Treatment). Dr. Shinnick broke the world long jump record in 1963 and made the US Olympic Team. He was the Director of Sports Science at Rutgers and serves on an IOC and UNESCO committee on Peace and Sport. He serves as the main representative for the UN with the Department of Public Information for Athletes United for Peace based in Berkeley, California. (
The Center for Constitutional Rights, 6 May 2006 [cached]
This was the intent behind the subpoena of Dr. Phillip Shinnick, an Assistant Professor and Director of Sports Studies at Rutgers University (In re Shinnick).
case3, 9 Sept 1988 [cached]
Phillip Shinnick, PhD
Dr Phillip Shinnick is Director of the Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior and Treatment, Inc., in New York, NY.Dr Shinnick previously served as Clinical Assistant Professor at New York Medical School, and Assistant Professor of History and Sociology at Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey.
Phillip Shinnick, PhD*Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior and Treatment, Inc1070 Park AveNew York, NY 10128Phone: 212-426-3744 • Fax: 212-534-9743 • E-mail:
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