Move over, New York.
Many people think the British capital’s heyday was in the past. But not only is it more exciting now than it’s ever been, it’s the most exciting city in the world, writes Dylan Jones.
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Having picked up gold medals in the 100 and 200 metre sprints and the broad jump, Jesse Owens earned his fourth Olympic medal on August 9th 1936 as part of the 4x100 metre relay team. Hitler had planned to use the 1936 Olympics as a propagandistic display of Aryan superiority; Owens's triumphs laid waste to the ideology