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Wilma Rudolph- first woman to ever win three track and field gold medals in one Olympic game.

Wilma Rudolph- first woman to ever win three track and field gold medals in one Olympic game.

Allyson Felix: US track and Fields biggest star she has won 6 Olympic medals four of them Gold and 10 World Champ. Medals 8 of them gold. She is a Daughter of a Christan Minister this quote has hit many in the heart "My faith is the reason I run. it calms my heart and makes everything feel like a lift. My speed is definitely a gift from Him, and I run for His glory. Whatever I do, He allows me to do it."

Allyson Felix: US track and Fields biggest star she has won 6 Olympic medals four of them Gold and 10 World Champ. Medals 8 of them gold. She is a Daughter of a Christan Minister this quote has hit many in the heart "My faith is the reason I run. it calms my heart and makes everything feel like a lift. My speed is definitely a gift from Him, and I run for His glory. Whatever I do, He allows me to do it."

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Track-and-field athlete Jesse Owens's four Olympic gold medals in 1936 undermining Hitler's demonstration of Aryan superiority.

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Track-and-field athlete Jesse Owens's four Olympic gold medals in 1936 undermining Hitler's demonstration of Aryan superiority.

Wilma Rudolph (1940-1994):  She was a sickly child and developed polio when she was 4 years old.  Her mother helped her to walk again, and by her senior year in high school she qualified for the 1956 Olympics in track.  She went on to take three gold medals in the 1960 Olympics, becoming one of the most famous female athletes of all time.

Wilma Rudolph (1940-1994): She was a sickly child and developed polio when she was 4 years old. Her mother helped her to walk again, and by her senior year in high school she qualified for the 1956 Olympics in track. She went on to take three gold medals in the 1960 Olympics, becoming one of the most famous female athletes of all time.

Known as "Flo-J0", she had style, she was graceful and most of all she was FAST.  World and Olympic Record holder for both 100 and 200 meter events.

Known as "Flo-J0", she had style, she was graceful and most of all she was FAST. World and Olympic Record holder for both 100 and 200 meter events.

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