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29 mai 1910 Atlanta, United States of America
180 cm / 82 kg 5'11'' / 180 livres
Masculin

Although some 50 years later Jesse Owens is remembered as the great sprinter of the 30s, Ralph Metcalfe was on many counts Owens' superior. Metcalfe was at his best between the 1932 and 1936 Olympics and he won both sprints at the AAU and NCAA for three straight years (1932-34) and won the AAU 200m in 1935-36 to give him a record of five straight wins in this event. Metcalfe, who attended Marquette, equalled the world record of 10.3 for 100m six times, but only three of those clockings reached the record books. In 1932 he ran a wind-assisted 19.8...

Ralph en chiffres

2
Jeux Olympiques
Jeux Olympiques
4
Médailles
Médaille d'Or:1 Médaille d'Argent:2 Médaille de Bronze:1
  • Berlin
    Berlin 1936
    Jeux
    Résultats
    Sport
    Événement
    Berlin
    Berlin 1936
    • 2 Médaille d'Argent
      Athletics
      100 metres
    • 1 Médaille d'Or
      Athletics
      4 x 100 metres Relay
  • Los Angeles
    Los Angeles 1932
    Jeux
    Résultats
    Sport
    Événement
    Los Angeles
    Los Angeles 1932
    • 2 Médaille d'Argent
      Athletics
      100 metres
    • 3 Médaille de Bronze
      Athletics
      200 metres

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