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Jesse Owens

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1º ESO P:E and English project

1º ESO P:E and English project

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  • 1. By: Paola Hernández Santos
  • 2.  Biography  Profession  Athletics  Clothes  Rules
  • 3. Jesse Owens born in Oakville, in September, 1913 and he died in Tucson, in March, 1980. He was a son of Henry Cleveland Owens and Maria Emma. Jesse studied in East Technical High School in Cleveland.
  • 4. He was an American track and field athlete who specialized in the sprints and the long jump. He participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany... He was the most successful
  • 5. This sport contains a set of disciplines grouped in careers, jumps, launches and combined tests. It’s the art of overcoming the performance of the adversary in speed or in endurance, in distance or in height.
  • 6. He needs specific clothes for this sport, he needs light clothing like shorts and T-shirts made of polyester.
  • 7. ∞ An athlete is eligible to compete if he agrees to abide by the Rules. ∞ In all events athletes must wear clothing which is clean, so as not to be objectionable. ∞ The finish of a race shall be denoted by a white line. Rules

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