One hundredth of a second, that’s all that separated Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin in one of the most anticipated races in athletics history.
Held between August 25th and September 11th, the 1960 Olympics saw the biggest installment of the games yet as the Olympiad continued to explode in popularity.
Held between November 22nd and December 8th, the 1956 Olympics saw the summer games hosted in its most southerly ever city.
Held between July 19th and August 3rd, the 1952 Olympics saw the summer games hosted in its most Northerly ever city.
After evaluating the top 10 100m runners of all time in May, YJA’s Senior Sports Correspondent Kobe turns his attention to the second shortest outdoor sprint event, the 200m.
Held between July 29th and August 14th, the Olympic games returned after a 12-year hiatus and the guns fell silent on the planet’s bloodiest ever conflict three years previously.
Held between August 1st and 16th, the tenth games of the Olympiad will always be remembered for its tragic intoxication with the German Nazi regime.
Here’s the list of the fastest ever 100m runners ranked by their personal bests by YJA’s Senior Sports Correspondent Kobe.
Held between July 30th and August 14th, the 1932 Olympics marked the return of the games to America after a 28-year spell in Europe.
1928 Summer Olympics Host: Amsterdam, the Netherlands Medal table winner: United States of America Held between July 28th and August 12th, the Amsterdam games saw the first to adopt the now standardized 16-day length of competition. The Dutch capital defeated Los Angeles, who would host the next Olympiad, to win the rights to host after […]