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An unforgettable Olympic moment: Cathy Freeman winning gold at the Sydney Olympics 2000. For more unforgettable Olympic moments visit http://www.readersdigest.com.au/unforgettable-olympic-moments Photo credit: Ian- ThePaperboy.com

An unforgettable Olympic moment: Cathy Freeman winning gold at the Sydney Olympics 2000. For more unforgettable Olympic moments visit http://www.readersdigest.com.au/unforgettable-olympic-moments Photo credit: Ian- ThePaperboy.com

The first female African American selected for the U.S. Olympic team, Alice Coachman became the first black woman of any nationality to win a gold medal at the Olympics with her victory was in the high jump at the 1948 Summer Games in London

The first female African American selected for the U.S. Olympic team, Alice Coachman became the first black woman of any nationality to win a gold medal at the Olympics with her victory was in the high jump at the 1948 Summer Games in London

Usain Bolt's 9.69 seconds at the 2008 games in Beijing, "record to beat."

Usain Bolt's 9.69 seconds at the 2008 games in Beijing, "record to beat."

In 1960, Wilma Rudolph became the first American woman to win three track & field medals at a single Olympic Games.

In 1960, Wilma Rudolph became the first American woman to win three track & field medals at a single Olympic Games.

Gabby Douglas the first African-American female gymnast to win the Gold in the Olympics Women’s All Around!!! #tearsofjoy

Gabby Douglas the first African-American female gymnast to win the Gold in the Olympics Women’s All Around!!! #tearsofjoy

Arthur Malcolm Stace otherwise known as Mr Eternity, was an Australian reformed alcoholic who converted to Christianity and spread his form of gospel by writing the word 'Eternity' in chalk on footpaths in Sydney over a period of approximately 35 years. He was the illiterate church cleaner who could barely spell his own name yet he scrawled the word more than 500,000 times on the city footpaths. Eternity was displayed on the Harbour Bridge during the New Year's Eve fireworks in 1999.

Arthur Malcolm Stace otherwise known as Mr Eternity, was an Australian reformed alcoholic who converted to Christianity and spread his form of gospel by writing the word 'Eternity' in chalk on footpaths in Sydney over a period of approximately 35 years. He was the illiterate church cleaner who could barely spell his own name yet he scrawled the word more than 500,000 times on the city footpaths. Eternity was displayed on the Harbour Bridge during the New Year's Eve fireworks in 1999.

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