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Ralph Metcalfe beats Jesse Owens. In 1955, Metcalfe won the first of four elections as an alderman representing the South Side of Chicago. He ran for an open seat Congress in 1970 as a Democrat and was easily elected from Illinois' first district. . Metcalfe was a co-founder of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in 1971 and later was noted for breaking ranks with Chicago mayor Richard Daley after incidents of police brutality.

Ralph Metcalfe beats Jesse Owens. In 1955, Metcalfe won the first of four elections as an alderman representing the South Side of Chicago. He ran for an open seat Congress in 1970 as a Democrat and was easily elected from Illinois' first district. . Metcalfe was a co-founder of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in 1971 and later was noted for breaking ranks with Chicago mayor Richard Daley after incidents of police brutality.

Jesse Owens-Olimpiadi Berlino 1936

BERLIN - 1936 : Jesse Owens of the USA in action in the mens at the 1936 Summer Olympic Games held in Berlin, Germany. Owens won a total of four gold medals in the Olympics, winning the mens final, final and the long jump competiton as we

Hasley Joachim Crawford...In 1976 he was the first Olympic champion for Trinidad and Tobago, winning a gold medal in a 100m race at the Commonwealth Games

In 1976 he was the first Olympic champion for Trinidad and Tobago, winning a gold medal in a race at the Montreal Summer Olympics Canada.

A look back at the 2011-2012 Sweet 16 season.

A look back at the Sweet 16 season.

Three seconds to do what? #redbull #cliffdiving #WOWsportandleisure

Cliff Diving - La Rochelle

Sports Photography I think this photo is cool because it shows all the form and precision sports takes.

“It’s Homecoming on the Hilltop. Let’s hear a cheer!” More than 50 years ago, The Marquette Tribune student newspaper printed flyers with cheers for the homecoming football game. “The Hilltop” refers to Marquette’s original campus on a hill at North 10th and State Streets. Marquette University dropped its football program in 1960. Thanks to Barb West from Marquette IT Services for the flyer.

“It’s Homecoming on the Hilltop. Let’s hear a cheer!” More than 50 years ago, The Marquette Tribune student newspaper printed flyers with cheers for the homecoming football game. “The Hilltop” refers.

Paavo Nurmi, Finse afstandsloper olympische spelen Antwerpen 1920

Paavo Nurmi from Finland at the 1920 Olympic Games - nicknamed "The Flying Finn" - He won 3 gold medals at the 1920 games and went on to win 6 more gold medals at the 1924 games.

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