Women's Olympic Winners Standing for Awards

Alice Coachman, (C) of the US, along with the winner DJ Tyler (L), of Great Britain, and MOM Ostermeyer, of France, stand on a podium at Wembley Stadium to receive their awards for the Olympic women's high jump, London, England 8/7/1948. Coachman was the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal. (Photo by Bettmann via Getty Images)
Alice Coachman, (C) of the US, along with the winner DJ Tyler (L), of Great Britain, and MOM Ostermeyer, of France, stand on a podium at Wembley Stadium to receive their awards for the Olympic women's high jump, London, England 8/7/1948. Coachman was the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal. (Photo by Bettmann via Getty Images)
Women's Olympic Winners Standing for Awards
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07 August, 1948
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