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And olympic history, winning nine gold medals in four different olympiads. His four gold medals in the 1984 olympics equaled that of his hero and fellow alabamian, jesse owens, in the 1936 olympics. Lewis' s track and field career began in 1979. The 4 × 100 metres relay or sprint relay is an athletics track event run in lanes over one lap of the track with four runners completing 100 metres each.
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Calvin smith ( born janu) is a former sprint track and field athlete from the united states. He is a former world record holder in the 100- meter sprint with 9. 93 seconds in 1983 and was twice world champion over 200 metres, in 19. He also won an olympic gold medal in the 4x100- meter relay in 1984. He was born in bolton.
Athlete carl lewis landing in the sand during the final of the men' s olympic long jump competition on aug. 6, 1992 in barcelona. He won two gold medals for the 4x100m relay and long. A skinny kid from the jamaican parish of trelawny, usain bolt’ s life changed in august when the olympic men’ s 100- meter starter pistol was followed just 9. 69 seconds later by his streak across the finish line and the first of his three gold medals was placed around his neck.