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James Connolly, winner of the first gold medal of the modern Olympic games in 1896 (Triple Jump).

James Connolly, winner of the first gold medal of the modern Olympic games in 1896 (Triple Jump).

Brigetta Barrett of the United States is happy to be qualified for the  Women's High Jump final - the London 2012 Olympic Games, August 9, 2012 (Getty Images)

Brigetta Barrett of the United States is happy to be qualified for the Women's High Jump final - the London 2012 Olympic Games, August 9, 2012 (Getty Images)

Congratulations to K-State's Erik Kynard on his silver medal in men's high jump! #highjumpu #EMAW

Toledo native Erik Kynard takes silver medal in Olympic high jump with American flag socks pulled high

Congratulations to K-State's Erik Kynard on his silver medal in men's high jump! #highjumpu #EMAW

William Dehart Hubbard in April, 1921 (First African American To Win A Gold Medal in the Olympics in 1924)

William Dehart Hubbard in April, 1921 (First African American To Win A Gold Medal in the Olympics in 1924)

Leap: Stef Reid competes in the women's long jump F42/44 final on Sunday at the Olympic Stadium

Reid forced to settle for long jump silver despite twice leaping into record books

Leap: Stef Reid competes in the women's long jump F42/44 final on Sunday at the Olympic Stadium

Non è la forza o l'intelligenza, ma lo sforzo continuo la chiave per sbloccare il tuo potenziale. - LIANE CARDES

Non è la forza o l'intelligenza, ma lo sforzo continuo la chiave per sbloccare il tuo potenziale. - LIANE CARDES

American takes first medal in women's high jump in 24 years

American takes first medal in women's high jump in 24 years

Congrats to Canada's Derek Drouin, Bronze Medalist for the Men's High Jump!

Congrats to Canada's Derek Drouin, Bronze Medalist for the Men's High Jump!

Ballistic Power for Better Athletic Performance

Ballistic Power for Better Athletic Performance

Il 18 ottobre del 1968 l’americano Bob Beamon vince l’oro nel salto in lungo ai Giochi di Città del Messico con un 8.90 metri, battendo il record mondiale di 55 cm.

Il 18 ottobre del 1968 l’americano Bob Beamon vince l’oro nel salto in lungo ai Giochi di Città del Messico con un 8.90 metri, battendo il record mondiale di 55 cm.

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