The Story of Ray LewiseBook - 2002
Rapid Ray Lewis was arguably the fastest man of his generation. He won medals in the 1932 Olympics and the 1934 British Empire Games, and countless races in North America ? all the more remarkable because Lewis had to race poverty and prejudice. The geat-grandson of slaves, he worked as a porter on the railway, and trained by running alongside the tracks when the train was stopped on the prairies.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. ; Plattsburg, N.Y. : Tundra Books, 
Copyright Date: ©2002
Branch Call Number: ONLINE
Characteristics: 1 online resource (111 pages) : illustrations