Sports Moments - 9.79

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      This exclusive edition Aluminum Print, designed by Theo Kontaxis, comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity. Printed on a .045” thick aluminum sheet, this print is crisp, high gloss, lightweight, and water resistant. It comes with a proprietary 1/2" aluminum shadow mount allowing for easy installation.

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      9.79 Ben Johnson - 1988 Seoul Olympic Games Frequently dubbed "the dirtiest race in history, the 100m. Men's final of te 1988 Olympics ended in controversy after Canada's Ben Johnson defeated defending champion Carl Lewis from the United States with a world record time of 9.79s, topping his own record of 9.83s that he set at the 1987 World Championships in Athletics in Rome. Two days later, Johnson was stripped of his gold medal by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) when his post-race

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