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Jesse Owens

America's Jesse Owens, center, salutes during the presentation of his gold medal for the long jump on August 11, 1936, after defeating Nazi Germany's Lutz Long, right, during the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. Naoto Tajima of Japan, left, placed third. Owens triumphed in the track and field competition by winning four gold medals in the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes, long jump and 400-meter relay. He was the first athlete to win four gold medals at a single Olympic Games. (AP Photo)

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August 11, 1936 12:00:00 AM
September 27, 1999 03:48:00 PM
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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1639 x 2000 0.63 MB
JESSE OWENS, LUTZ LONG, BUCKEY BULLET, NAOTO TAJIMA
Sports, Track and field
male, olympics, olytopforty, summer, track
BERLIN, GERMANY
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