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video; Drew Tate runs in a 16 yard TD vs. Ticats

Drew Tate runs in a 16 yard TD vs.

Ronaldo Scores Hat Trick Before Champions League Bout With Manchester United; Messi Scores Goal in 6-1 Win

Ronaldo Scores Hat Trick Before Champions League Bout With Manchester United; Messi Scores Goal in Win

Jamaica wins 4x100 Mètres relay women : Final IAAF World Championships A...

Jamaica wins Mètres relay women : Final IAAF World Championships A.

Athlete • Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce •

Athlete • Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce •

Love those Stamps!

Love those Stamps!

Merlene Joyce Ottey (born May 10, 1960), is a Jamaican-born Slovenian track athlete. She holds the record for the most Olympic appearances (seven) of any track and field athlete, and for winning the largest number of women's World Championships medals (fourteen).[3] Her career achievements and longevity have led to her being called the "Queen of the Track". Her proclivity for earning bronze medals in major championships also earned her the title of "Bronze Queen" in track circles.

Merlene Ottey - I was invited to a dinner with Jamaican Olympic Athletes and met Merlene.

Daniel Alves of Brazil  challenges Alessandro Diamanti of Italy

Daniel Alves of Brazil challenges Alessandro Diamanti of Italy

Usain Bolt Photos: 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 - Day Two

Usain Bolt Photos Photos: 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 - Day Two

Usain Bolt Photos Photos: IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 - Day Two

Bolt lights up Glasgow and Australia take three gold medals at the Commonwealth Games

Usain Bolt Photos Photos - Usain Bolt of Jamaica competes in the Men's metres relay heats at Hampden Park during day nine of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on August 2014 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

#olympics #olympiad #olympians   Fans congratulated Bolt after he became the first Olympic sprinter, male of female, to earn three gold medals in the 100. He will also try to become a three-time champion in the 200-meter dash and the 4x100-meter relay.

Arms, and Legs, Aloft

Fans congratulated Bolt after he became the first Olympic sprinter, male or female, to earn three gold medals in the He will also try to become a three-time champion in the dash and the relay. Doug Mills/The New York Times

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