Jesse Owens: A Look Back
Jesse Owens, runner.
January 01, 1900 Licence
A shot of American athlete Jesse Owens.
June 23, 1933 Licence
Cleveland high school student and future Olympic champion Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980) holds his hands in the air while crossing a finish line to break the world 100-meter record.
June 11, 1932 Licence
Ohio St. Jesse Owens posed action.
March 05, 1935 Licence
Jesse Owens (James Cleveland Owens)*-+US-American track and field athletewon 4 gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Berlin in 1936setting up five world records at the Olympic preliminiary contests in Ann Arbor / Michigan: Owens as...More
May 25, 1935 Licence
Jesse Owens, Ohio State's sensational athlete, is shown in the midst of running a sprint.
June 18, 1935 Licence
Heavyweight boxer Joe Louis puts his arm around Jesse Owens, Ohio State University track star and holder of three world's records. They were introduced during a boxing program sponsored by the Colored Elks. Washington, D.C., August 27,...More
August 27, 1935 Licence
Jesse OWENS in lead and breasting the tape is in center ; Ralph Harold METCALFE in second place on inside (left), Sam STOLLER of Michigan in third place is running between the two leadings of the 100 meter sprint of the National Senior...More
July 04, 1936 Licence
Semi-close-up of track and field athlete Jesse Owens (aka James Cleveland Owens), with bare torso and legs, wearing only short white trunks, posed in a start-up position.
January 01, 1935 Licence
Jesse Owens (James Cleveland Owens)*-+US-American track and field athletewon 4 gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Berlin in 1936Voyage of the US-American Olympic team with the ship 'Manhattan' from New York to Europe to take part in...More
July 28, 1936 Licence
American Olympic athlete Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980), accompanied by some admirers on his morning sprint, during a visit to London. He won for gold medals at the Berlin Olympics, in the 100 metres, 200 metres, 4 X 100 metres relay and...More
August 01, 1936 Licence
Track star Jesse Owens (R) resting in lawn chairs w. unident. Olympic team member at Olympic Village.
Jesse Owens (James Cleveland Owens), (*-+) , US-American track and field athlete, won 4 gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Berlin in 1936, Summer Olympics in Berlin in August 1936: the US-American winning team of the 4x100m relay,...More
August 09, 1936 Licence
Olympic Games, Berlin, Germany, Men's 100 Metres Final, USA's legendary Jesse Owens on his way to winning one of his four gold medals
January 01, 1936 Licence
James Cleveland ('Jesse') Owens, American athlete - 1936 Olympic Summer Games in Berlin: Owens reaches the finishing line first in the 100 meters sprint - August 3, 1936 Photographer: Lothar Ruebelt
August 03, 1936 Licence
Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980) of the USA (right) crosses the finishing line to win the 100 metres at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. He won three other gold medals, in the 200 metres, 4 X 100 metres relay and long jump.
Jesse Owens (James Cleveland Owens), (*-+) , US-American track and field athlete, won 4 gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Berlin in 1936, Summer Olympics in Berlin in August 1936: Owens is surrounded by press photographers after...More
Jesse Owens of the USA in action in the mens 200m at the 1936 Summer Olympic Games held in Berlin, Germany. Owens won a total of four gold medals in the Olympics, winning the mens 100m final, 200m final and the long jump competiton as...More
The American runner Jesse Owens running in the 200-meter sprint a new Olympic record. Berlin. 4th August 1936. Photograph.
August 04, 1936 Licence
Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980), who smashed so many records at the German Olympics in 1936 that Hitler refused to meet him, in the final of the long jump, Berlin.
August 07, 1936 Licence
Competitors Luz Long and Jesse Owens seem very amicable watching contestants in the broad jump. Owens, representing the US, took the gold medal, while Long, representing Germany, took silver in the broad jump.
August 08, 1936 Licence
The gold, silver and bronze medal winners in the long jump competition salute from the victory stand at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. From left, Japan's Naoto Tajima (bronze), American Jesse Owens (gold) who set an Olympic record...More
Berlin Olympics, 1936. Jesse Owens' name being inscribed on the monument listing gold medal winners. A print from Olympia 1936, Die Olympischen Spiele 1936, Volume II, Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, Hamburg, 1936.
A snappily dressed Jesse Owens (1913-1980) makes a dash for a train at London's Waterloo station. He will be joining the liner 'Queen Mary' en route for New York.
August 19, 1936 Licence
Jesse Owens and his wife, Ruth Owens, on his return from the Olympics in Berlin.
August 24, 1936 Licence
American athlete and Olympic gold medal winner Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980) (center) smiles as he waves at fans who line the streets during a ticker tape parade in honor of him and the other US athletes who competed in the Berlin Olympic...More
September 03, 1936 Licence
American athlete Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980), winner of four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games revisits the Olympic stadium in Berlin, the scene of his former victory.
July 08, 1965 Licence
American track and field athlete Jesse Owens (1913 - 1980) smiles as he poses with the four gold medals he won at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, late 1950s.
January 01, 1955 Licence
American athlete Jesse Owens smoking a pipe at his home in Arizona, USA, circa September, 1975. Jesse Owens won 4 Gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games.
September 01, 1975 Licence