Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The world's fastest man Jesse Owens

The world's fastest man Jesse Owens came from 1932 through 1934.He became the first man to win the NCAA 200 m title three times consecutively. NCAA stands for  National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)  Again in the 100 meters at the 1936 Summer Olympics, placing second to Jesse Owens. In 1936 Jesse Owens became the first American to win four Olympic gold ... His name and achievements in sprinting have earned him the media ... Usain Bolt is also, widely considered "The Fastest Man who Ever Lived. But then he ended his career by dieing at the age of 66 from lung cancer. Jesse Owens was born September 12, 1913, in Oakville, Alabama. In high school, he won three track and field events at the 1933 National Interscholastic championships. Two years later, while competing for Ohio state University, he equaled one world record and broke three others. WE WILL REMEMBER HIM AS THE FASTEST MAN IN THE WORLD

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