T-Shirt Abrahams 1924

T-shirt 100% cotton

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3 reasons for choosing this t-shirt

  • The T-shirt in honor of Harold Abrahams British, hero of the Olympic Games in Paris in 1924 who inspired the movie " Chariots of Fire " .
  • The comfort and the quality of the mesh.
  • Sold in a gift box with a hang tag detailing the shirt's history, written in association with the French Sports Museum.
 

Delivery costs

France 7,00 € - Offert à partir de 150 €
European Union 15,00 €
Other countries 30,00 €

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Abrahams 1924

A tribute to Liddell and Abrahams, heroes of the 1924 Olympic Games.

Harold Abrahams was the first European to win an Olympic title holding off the Americans, Jackson Sholz and Charlie Paddock. His failure to qualify for the  100 m. in Antwerp 4 years earlier was definitely the motivation for his 1924 gold medal win. He wanted revenge and trained continuously. He became one of the pioneers in professional training and preparation for sports events. On the 7th July 1924 he surprised the world and won the gold medal in the 100m in 10secs. He was wearing the number 419.

Known as « The flying Scotsman » Eric Liddell was an outstanding sprinter. A devout protestant he pulled out of the 100 m. race in the 1924 Olympic games as the final was to be held on Sunday. He entered the 400m instead and won the gold medal on the 11th July 1924, wearing the number 451.

His achievement was immortalized in the film Chariots of fire which tells the story of his friendship with Abrahams the other British Olympic medal winner in the 1924 games.

Details

  • T-shirt 100% cotton
  • Round neck. 4 buttons
  • embroidery left chest
  • Made in Europe.
  • Adulte sizes : XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL.
  • Color : White
  • with or with out number 419
  • Sold in a gift box detailing the product's history.

Cleaning instructions

Machine washable at 30°C inside out, wash with like colours, risk of disgorging, gentle ironing, machine drying not recommended.

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