Bob Beamon Summer Olympics, Oct. 18, 1968 U.S. track and field athlete Bob Beamon flies through the air during his world record long jump of 8.9 meters at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. Beamons jump, which inspired a new adjective for spectacular feats (Beamonesque), stood as the world record for 23 years.

1968 U. track and field athlete Bob Beamon flies through the air during his world record long jump of meters at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.

Bob Beamon and his Leap of the Century. Breaking the record by more than 2 feet and beyond the existing measurement equipment.

Bob Beamon's World Record Long Jump - 1968 Olympics ( 29 2 ) I remember watching this.maybe the most fabulous sport achievement ever, besting the World Record by more than 2 feet!

Long jump 8.95 meters by Mike Powell! A new World record at the Olympics!

Mike Powell, who competed three years for UCI track & field before transferring to UCLA for his senior season, was a three-time Olympian 1992 &

Long jump world record progression - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Long jump world record progression - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bob Beamon's shattering of the long-jump world record in 1968! When the measurement was read out in centimetres, Beamon did not comprehend his feat. But when he was informed that he broke the world record, he sank to his knees and was comforted by team-mates and rivals in one of the most enduring Olympic images. (John Dominis)

The moment when Bob Beamon destroyed the Olympic long jump record with the perfect leap

Bob Beamon breaking the long jump world record, Mexico City, 1968 Olympic Games. Men's Long Jump.

Long jumper Bob Beamon (USA) during the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games leapt into immortality with an astounding jump of

Bob Beamon long jumps 29′ 2 1/2 inches to shatter the world record by more than two feet at the 1968 Olympics. When he realized how far he jumped, he fell to his knees in shock.  His world record held for 23 years and he STILL holds the Olympic record in 2014.

Bob Beamon long jumps 2 inches to shatter the world record by more than two feet at the 1968 Olympics. When re realized how far he jumped, he fell to the ground in shock. His world record held for 23 years and he STILL holds the Olympic record in

Mike powell efface Bob beamon 23 ans après, devant Carl Lewis, invaincu depuis 10 ans

Mike Powell, is the actual world champion of long jump, from the with the increadible mesure of metres!

Carl Lewis, el hijo del viento

¿Por qué hay tantos records olimpicos?

EN: TOP Olympic Games' most legendary Athletes Lewis. The American athlete was the and long jump leader in the and

Mike Powell vs. Carl Lewis - Long Jump - World Record

Highlights of the long jump competition at the 1991 World Track & Field Championships where Mike Powell set the world record after beating the greatest long .

Long Jump Tips

Step-By-Step Long Jump Tips From World Champ Mike Powell

World Champion Mike Powell's Step-By-Step Long Jump Tips. Good for this season of track, maybe another school record like last year?

Sometimes someone does something absolutely unbelievable. Bob Beamon smashing the world record long jump, Mexico 1968.

10 Iconic Sports Moments Everyone Gets Wrong - Bob Beamon’s Long Jump

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