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I always loved runningit was something you could do by yourself andunder your own power You could go in any direction fast or slow as youwanted fighting the wind if you felt like it seeking out new sights juston the strength of your feet and the courage of your lungs-Jesse OwensJesse Owens a black man who contributation to the world will be know to everyone A man who has broken all the boundaries A man who has won many names and awards A man of many talents A man with a title fastest man ever A MANJesse Owens one of the eight children in his family one of the best track and field athletes of all time He was born 1913 on a farm in the city of Danville Alabama under his real name James Cleveland Owens He went to Fairmount Junior High School Thenhe went on to high school where he was a track athlete and there his high points were the running broad jump long jump the one-hundred meter dash and the two-hundred meter dash After graduating from high school he attended Ohio State University OSU Charles Riley taught him after he first saw him in junior high He was a excellent track runner in high school one of the best in the world Like mentioned above he was excellent in the broad jump the one-hundred meter dash and the two-hundred meter dash He loved running when he was young he said it would always get me where I was going He would always run He then went on to attend Ohio State University and there he set the new worlds record for the broad jump at the length of 26 feet and one forth inch Going on to the next year he set another worlds record for the one-hundred meter dash at the time of 102 seconds He then was so good he went on to the 1936 Olympicsas a member of
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