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4x100m Femme

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Nicknamed 'the black gazelle', U.S champion Wilma Rudolph (C), who have just won the Olympic 200m event, pose between German Jutta Heine (R), who finished 2nd and British Dorothy Hyman, who finishe...

Nicknamed 'the black gazelle', U.S champion Wilma Rudolph (C), who have just won the Olympic 200m event, pose between German Jutta Heine (R), who finished 2nd and British Dorothy Hyman, who finished 3rd, 06 September 1960 in Rome where she captured three gold medals: 100m, 200m and 4x100m. Wilma Rudolph has been the first ever woman to run the 200m event in less than 23 seconds. / AFP / EPU / -

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2016 Rio Paralympics - Day 7

Members of Brazil celebrate their team's silver medal in the Women's 4x100m - T11-13 Final on day 7 of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on September 14, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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2016 Rio Paralympics - Day 7

Members of Brazil celebrate their team's silver medal in the Women's 4x100m - T11-13 Final on day 7 of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on September 14, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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2016 Rio Paralympics - Day 7

Thalita Vitoria Silva of Brazil prepares for the start of the women's 4x100m - T11-13 final at the Olympic stadium during the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 14 2016. Photo by Simon Bruty for OIS/IOC via AFP. RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. / AFP / OIS/IOC / Simon Bruty for OIS

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Against the odds, Brazil's Paralympics generates contagious enthusiasm

Brazil's 4x100m T11-13 women's squad

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Swimming - Olympics: Day 1

(FromL) Australia's Brittany Elmslie, Australia's Emma Mckeon and Australia's Bronte Campbell celebrate after they broke the world record to win the Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final during the swimming event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 6, 2016. / AFP / Odd ANDERSEN

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Olympic Swimmer Simone Manuel Has the Perfect Nickname

After winning the 100 meters in the Los Angeles Olympics, Evelyn Ashford (right) hugs teammate Jeanette Bolden. August 6, 1984. In addition to the 100 m, Evelyn won the 4 x 100 m relay in 1984. She returned to the Olympics in 1988 and 1992, winning two gold medals in the 4 x 100 m relay and a silver medal in the 100 m. Jeanette only won one gold medal, her career ended when she ruptured her Achilles tendon at the 1988 Olympic trials. Today she is a track and field coach at UCLA.

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