Vintage edition format: 17.9x12.9cm July 6, 1924 - jackson scholz winner of his 100m series - jackson scholz jackson volney scholz, born March 15, 1897 and died October 26, 1986, is an American athlete, Olympic champion. In the 1920s, he was the first sprinter to access three finals on three different games. After his career in athletics, he became a writer. Born from susan and zachary scholz in Buchanan (Michigan), Jackson Scholz competes for the University of Missouri-Columbia, then Newark Ac. While he has a brilliant record in the Olympics, he manages to win a single national title in 1925 in 220 yards (200 meters).
He competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, winning a gold medal with the US team relay 4 × 100 m. Individually, he finished fourth in the 100-meter final. Thereafter, scholz equals the world record on the 100m, with a time of 10s 6 stockholm. The 1924 Olympic Games in Paris, and the famous 100 meter race where he was defeated by the British athlete harold abrahams are mentioned in the chariots of fire (1981 film). He is mainly known for this episode.He finished third with the German helmut körnig. Officials failing to decide between the two men propose a tie breaker. Scholz refuses and abandons the bronze medal to his advervary. Olympic Games Olympic Games Summer Games 1920 to Antwerp Gold Medal Relay 4 × 100m.
Summer Olympics 1924 in Paris gold medal on 200m. Beautiful general condition, clean minimal marks and friction, minimal folds and very slight buckling on edges, minimal stains on the back small inscriptions of the hand of jean dome on the back cf visuals ... Sold in the described state, as found .. Other documents, sporting medals, badges and various decorations of the same provenance will be sold soon. .
Domard sports olympic games paris collection 1924 100m scholz original photo press" is on sale since Wednesday, July 22, 2015. It is in the category "collections \ postcards \ others".
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