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Primary Sources: American Sports: Olympics

Primary source materials related to sports in the U.S.A.

Online Sources: Olympics

Ten for Gold

National Archives - Ten for Gold - National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981). - This film covers Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner's six year quest for an Olympic medal. It also includes footage of the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, Canada. - DVD Copied by IASL Scanner Katie Filbert. - 1976 - ARC 614503 / LI 263-23

https://youtu.be/9zLX4pe-Xs0

The Olympics. U.S. Dominates Tokyo Games, 1964/10/15

Published: 1964

Usage: Public Domain

Universal Newsreels via The Internet Archive

https://archive.org/details/1964-10-15_US_Dominates_Tokyo_Games

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Olympics - Boxing

The winners of the 1960 Olympic medals for light heavyweight boxing on the winners' podium at Rome: Cassius Clay (now Muhammad Ali) (C), gold; Zbigniew Pietrzykowski of Poland (R), silver; and Giulio Saraudi (Italy) and Anthony Madiga (Australia), joint bronze.

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