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Jesse Owens


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The Ebony Antelope
   is a nickname for   
Jesse Owens
1936
   was the year   
Jesse Owens Won 4 Olympic Gold Medals
The year previously he set four world records in 45 minutes. Not bad for a smoker!
Jesse Owens
   lifespan was   
1913-1980
American track and field athlete; won 4 gold medals in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin
Jesse Owens
   was born in   
Oakville, U.S.A.
1913-1980. American track-and-field star. Won four gold medals
Jesse Owens
   is famous for being a   
Track & Field Athlete
At the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics won 4 gold medals: one each in the 100 m., the 200 m., the long jump, and as part of the 4x100 m. relay team. He became the first American to win four Olympic gold medals in track and field.
Jesse Owens
   won gold medals in   
Athletics
United States -- 1936 -- 4/0/0=4
Jesse Owens
   has excelled in   
Track and Field
In 1936 Jesse Owens became the first American to win four Olympic gold medals in track and field.
1936
   was the year   
Jesse Owens Won 4 Olympic Gold Medals
The year previously he set four world records in 45 minutes. Not bad for a smoker!






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