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 Madigan...More
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Wilma Rudolph in homecoming parade after her win of 3 gold medals in Rome Olympics.
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1960 Summer Olympics, USA Wilma Rudolph in action winning 100M race at Olympic Stadium, Rome, ITA 9/19/1960
Black track star Wilma Rudolph, 20, lunging across the finish line as she wins 100-meter dash in 11 seconds, to win one of her 3 gold medals at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
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Ethiopian runner Bikila Abebe with his gold medal after winning the marathon at the 1960 Olympics in Rome, 12th September 1960. Abdeslon Rhadi of Morocco, left, won silver and Barry Magee of New Zealand won the bronze. Abebe, one of...More
British weightlifter Louis Martin competing in the Middle Heavyweight event at the Rome Olympics, 12th September 1960. Martin eventually won the bronze medal.
Three gold-medal winning American boxers pose in the Olympic Village, Rome, Italy, September 9, 1960. From left, Eddie Crook, Cassius Clay (later known as Muhammad Ali), and Skeeter McClure.
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Allan Jay and the rest of the Great British Olympic fencing team on the winner's podium with their silver medals, alongside the gold medal winning Italians and the bronze winning Russians, in Rome.
The 'Tennessee Tiger Belles', the American athletic team who collected three gold medals in the 1960 Olympic Games, arrive at London Airport from Rome for the Commonwealth versus USA athletics meeting at White City. From left to right,...More
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D''INZEO, WHO HAD WON A GOLD MEDAL EARLIER IN THE OLYMPIC INDIVIDUAL SHOW JUMPING, SEEN TAKING THE LONG WATER JUMP IN THE TEAM EVENT AT THE OLYMPIC STADIUM IN ROME. THE COMPETITION WAS WON BY GERMANY, WITH AMERICA SECOND AND ITALY...More