Eurosport put the three most iconic sprinters of all time into the same race, with technological assistance of course.
It took Usain Bolt, Carl Lewis and Jesse Owens‘ sprints from the 2012, 1984 and 1936 Olympics, respectively, and superimposed them on the 2012 London Olympic track.
In the Race of Legends, Bolt burst out to significant lead by 50 meters, but Lewis actually closed a bit on him in the latter half of the race.
Their final times:
Bolt — 9.63 (current Olympic record)
Lewis — 9.99
Owens — 10.3
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