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1935,Jesse Owens was a student in Ohio State University, he was a very fast runner and a great long jumper. He has a daughter and a girlfriend his girlfriend was 27.
Ohio State loses the races. Larry goes to his office on campus, upset and cranky, and his secretary comes in with his day's appointments and files of "fresh blood" - all potential track stars and Jesse Owens is among the files.
Out on the track, the coaches are watching the "fresh blood" and coach Larry says Jesse is good. They time him on the 100-meter dash and, while his starting position is crap, he's fast (9. something seconds). The coaches are impressed.
In 1935 at Ann Arbor, Jesse Owens makes the new world record for broad jump, 100 meters, 200 meters and the hurdles. Which means he will completing in 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
On his way to Berlin, Germany. His coach motivated to try harder in the Olympics he also surprised him on the boat he was a great motivation to Jesse Owens as a coach.
At the Olympics, Jesse Owens won four gold medals 100 meters, 200 meters, broad jump and the relays.
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