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    • Olympic Friendship Lesson #4 of Five
    • Reading p216
      • When it was Lutz’s turn again, he bolted down the runway, leaping 25 feet, 9 ¾ inches. (7.89 meters)
      • But on his next jump, Jesse outdistanced Lutz, soaring more than 26 feet. (7.92 meters)
    • Reading p216
      • On his last attempt, Lutz sprinted down the runway, giving a powerful kick once in the air, but he was unable to match his rival’s distance.
    • Reading p216
      • Jesse, having already won the gold medal, still had one jump left. With the pressure off, he sped towards the pit and hit the takeoff board perfectly.
    • Reading p216
      • Jesse kicked his leg hard and jumped 26 feet 5 ¼ - (7.92 meters) a new Olympic record!
      • Lutz Long was the first one to congratulate the new gold medal winner.
    • Reading p216
      • They embraced and walked towards the stands together, with the crowd cheering Owens's victory. Lutz held up Jesse’s hand and shouted to the crowd,
      • “ Jesse Owens! Jesse Owens!
    • Comprehension Questions p216
      • How far did Jesse jump when he set a new Olympic record.
      • Jesse jumped 26 feet 5¼ inches, (7.92 meters) when he set a new Olympic record.
    • Comprehension Questions p216
      • 2) What did Lutz shout to the crowd as he and Jesse walked towards the stands together?
      • As Jesse and Lutz walked to the stands together, Lutz shouted “Jesse Owens, Jesse Owens.”
    • Words and Expressions p216
      • Bolt: (verb: without an object)
      • To run as quickly as you can.
      • (To Sprint)
      • “ He bolted down the runway.”
    • There are many types of “bolts”. Which is the “bolt” for us? A B C D
    • Words and Expressions p216
      • Leap: (verb) To jump over or from.
      • “ He bolted down the runway, leaping 25 feet 9 ¾ inches.”
    • A man Leaping Over babies A Dog leaping. The game "Leap frog."
    • Words and Expressions p216
      • Outdistance: To outrun, or leave far behind.
      • “ Jesse outdistanced Lutz, soaring more than 26 feet.”
    • The End