Can 2016 Medalist Beat Jesse
Owens 1936 Time Under The Same Conditions?
Canadian sprinting sensation Andre De Grasse runs a hundred metres in Jesse Owens's shoes.
Andre De Grasse is a Canadian sprinter with a personal best in the 100-meters of 9.92 seconds.
Jesse Owens is an american legend who took multiple gold medals in the 1936 Berlin Olympics,
winning the 100-meters with a time of 10.3 seconds.
Who is the better runner when conditions are the same?
From Canada's longest running documentary series "The Nature of Things" by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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