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Published Date: 3/31/2014
Track star Jesse Owens delighted the free world by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. In memory of Owens, who died March 31, 1980, we present a photo celebration of his life and legacy.
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Published Date: 2/9/2014
From the first Winter Olympics in 1924 in Chamonix, France, to the 2014 Games underway now in Sochi, Russia, the world has celebrated winter sports' greatest athletes. Take a look at our slideshow as we remember great Olympians of Winter Games past.
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Published Date: 1/31/2014
Molly Ivins was known for her rapier wit as she wrote political commentary and a syndicated newspaper column that originated in Texas but resonated with readers across the nation. Her barbs were legendary. When she died of inflammatory breast cancer in 2007, we lost a...
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Published Date: 1/25/2014
Dutch track star Fanny Blankers-Koen ran so fast she was called "The Flying Housewife"...
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Published Date: 1/20/2014
Johnny Weissmuller was swimming's first superstar, an incredible athlete who won five Olympic gold medals and set more than 65 world records...
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Published Date: 8/4/2012
Jesse Owens was one of the greatest track stars – and one of the most beloved Olympians – of all time...
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