Tommie Smith Athletics (sport) competitor sprinter
Tommie Smith is a 78 years old Athletics (sport) competitor sprinter from . He was born on June 06, 1944 in .
Tommie Smith is an American former track & field athlete and wide receiver in the American Football League. At the 1968 Summer Olympics Smith won the 200-meter dash finals and gold medal in 19. 83 seconds – the first time the 20-second barrier was broken. His Black Power salute with John Carlos atop the medal podium caused controversy at the time as it was seen as politicizing the Olympic Games.
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Yes, Tommie Smith is still alive Last check: 1 year ago
Awarded Arthur Ashe Courage Award .
He graduated from San José State University and Lemoore High School
|Team||Match/Point||Start||End||Age at that time|
Game & Races (1)
|Name||Age at that time|
|1968 Summer Olympics||23 years old|
Tommie Smith zodiac sign is gemini.How tall is Tommie Smith?
He is 6′3″ ft tall, which is equal to 1.91 meters.
When is Smith's next birthday?
Tommie Smith was born on the , which was a Tuesday. He will be turning 79 in only 77 days from today (21 March, 2023).
Other facts about Tommie Smith
|Team||American Football League|
|Ethnic group||African Americans|
|Victory||Athletics At The 1968 Summer Olympics|
|Munzinger Sport number||01000052342|
|Country for sport||United States Of America|
|Position played on team / speciality||Wide Receiver|
|Family name||Smith. Show people with the surname Smith|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Official website||Tommie Smith official website , language of work or name: English|
|Olympic.org athlete ID (archived)||Tommie-smith|