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  • Carl Lewis | Video

    Carl Lewis

    Olympic legend Carl Lewis was very opinionated about where he sees the future of athletics. For more every Wednesday - SUBSCRIBE NOW.
  • Carl Lewis' Impressive Olympic History | Video

    Carl Lewis' Impressive Olympic History

    American Carl Lewis is one of the few athletes who have won 9 gold medals during his Olympic career (2 in the 100m, 1 in the 200m, 2 in the 4x100m, and 4 in the long jump). Lewis participated in four Olympic games, he equaled Jesse Owens' legendary performance by winning 4 golds in a single Olympics in 1984. He is also the only man who has won the long jump Olympic title four consecutive times. Carl Lewis (USA) - Athletics - Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1998, Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996
  • Take the Mic: Carl Lewis | Video

    Take the Mic: Carl Lewis

    The American legend commentates on the gold medal he won in 1984 and his long jump in the Olympic Games of 1988 and Atlanta 1996.
  • Athletics Men 100m Final Beijing 2008 World Record – Usain Bolt | Video

    Athletics Men 100m Final Beijing 2008 World Record – Usain Bolt

    Usain Bolt wins gold in the 100m Olympic track final at the Beijing 2008 Olympics. Bolt sets new world records in both the 100m (9.69s) and 200m (19.30s) Olympic Track events. He also sets a 4x100m (37.10s) relay record with the Jamaican team. Bolt is the first man to win three sprinting events at a single Olympics since Carl Lewis in 1984, and the first man to set world records in all three at a single Olympics.
  • The fantastic four | Video

    The fantastic four

    The most memorable performance in Olympic history came from the quartet of Mike Marsh, Leroy Burrell, Dennis Mitchell and Carl Lewis at Barcelona: the fantastic four ran a time of 37.40 seconds - a world record that stood for 16 years.
  • Athletics Men Long Jump Final Atlanta 1996 – Lewis | Video

    Athletics Men Long Jump Final Atlanta 1996 – Lewis

    Injuries to leading long jumpers Mike Powell and Iván Pedroso allow an in form Carl Lewis to thrill his home country with a gold medal winning jump in Atlanta. His leap of 8.50m is 21 cm better than Jamaica’s James Beckford and he becomes the third Olympian to win the same individual event on four occasions.
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