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Jesse Owens alle Olimpiadi di Berlino del 1936
The gold, silver and bronze medal winners in the long jump competition salute from the victory stand at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. From left, Japan's Naoto Tajima (bronze), American Jesse Owens (gold) who set an Olympic record in the event and offers an American-style salute with his hand to his forehead, and Germany's Luz Long (silver) giving a Nazi salute with his arm extended out. August 8, 1936.
(Eingeschr√§nkte Rechte f√ºr bestimmte redaktionelle Kunden in Deutschland. Limited rights for specific editorial clients in Germany.) James Cleveland ('Jesse') Owens, American athlete - 1936 Olympic Summer Games in Berlin: Owens reaches the finishing line first in the 100 meters sprint - August 3, 1936 Photographer: Lothar Ruebelt (Photo by Lothar Ruebelt / ullstein bild via Getty Images)
(Eingeschr√§nkte Rechte f√ºr bestimmte redaktionelle Kunden in Deutschland. Limited rights for specific editorial clients in Germany.) James Cleveland (Jesse) OWENS, (*1913-1980+) , American athlete - 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, athletics, 100 meters sprint, 1st heat, Owens wins (world record, 10,2 sec) - August 3, 1936 (Photo by ullstein bild via Getty Images)
(Original Caption) 10/19/1937-Jesse Owens, runner.
11th June 1932: Cleveland high school student and future Olympic champion Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980) holds his hands in the air while crossing a finish line to break the world 100-meter record. (Photo by New York Times Co./Getty Images)
(Original Caption) 6/18/1935: Jesse Owens, Ohio State's sensational athlete, is shown in the midst of running a sprint.
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