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"I believe in me more than anything in this world." ~Wilma Rudolph – American athlete, Olympic runner , Rudolph was considered the fastest woman in the world in the — Wilma Rudolph, American Athletes, Female Athletes, Black History Facts, Black History Month, African Diaspora, My Black Is Beautiful, African American History, Women In History

Wilma Rudolph: African American Olympic legend

Wilma Rudolph made Olympic history by becoming the first woman, not to mention the first African-American woman, to win three gold medals in 1960.

Wilma Rudolph, one of the most stylish Olympic athletes of all time - ) won three Gold Medals in track & field in the 1960 Summer Olympics in the dash, dash and relay Wilma Rudolph, Women In History, Black History, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful Oops, Beautiful People, Beautiful Women, Amazing People, Beautiful Pictures

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Wilma Rudolph, also known as "The Black Gazelle", "The Tornado" & "The Black Pearl", was the woman to ever win 3 track & field gold medals in 1 Olympic Game. The Tennessee State alumni was also a noted Civil Rights & Women's Rights advocate & pioneer. Wilma Rudolph, Black History Month, African American History, American Women, Black Gazelles, Brave, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful Women, Black Girls Rock

Wilma Rudolph, also known as "The Black Gazelle", "The Tornado" and "The Black Pearl", was the first woman to ever win three track and field gold medals in one Olympic Game. The Tennessee State alumni was also a noted Civil Rights and Women's Rights advocate and pioneer.

The three winners of the Ladies 200 metre final at the Rome Olympics, September From left to right, Britain's Dorothy Hyman (bronze), the USA's Wilma Rudolph (gold) and Germany's Jutta Heine (silver). (Photo by Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Wilma Rudolph, Women In History, Black History, Beautiful African Women, Taking A Knee, American Sports, Badass Women, Summer Olympics, Champions

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In 1960 at the summer Olympics in Rome, Wilma Rudolph became the first American woman to win three track & field medals at a single Olympic Games - they were all gold. Wilma Rudolph, American Athletes, Female Athletes, Black Gazelles, We Will Rock You, Olympic Athletes, World Of Sports, Black History Month, Black Month

50 stunning Olympic moments: Wilma Rudolph – in pictures

A look back at how the US sprinter won an historic three gold medals at the 1960 Games in Rome

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Nov 12 - 1994 – Wilma Rudolph, American runner (b. In the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome Rudolph became the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field during a single Olympic Games. Wilma Rudolph, American Athletes, Female Athletes, African American History, American Women, American Sports, Delta Girl, Olympic Gold Medals, Olympic Champion

September 2, 1960: Wilma Rudolph Wins Gold

On September 2, 1960, 20 year-old Wilma Rudolph took the Gold Medal in the 100 meter while setting a World record for the event as she blaze...

Wilma Rudolph, Lucinda Williams, Barbara Jones, and Martha Hudson won the gold medal at the 1960 Olympics in the Relay. African American Women, African Americans, American History, Women In History, Black History, Summer Olympics, Usa Olympics, Flo Jo, Wilma Rudolph

Wilma Rudolph, Lucinda Williams, Barbara Jones, Martha Hudson #USA 1960 Olympics 4x100 Relay Gold Medal