Olympic Salute T-Shirt

 

The 1968 Olympics Human Rights Salute was a political demonstration conducted by African-American athletes Tommie Smithand John Carlos during their medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. After Smith and Carlos won gold and bronze medals, respectively, in the 200-meter running event, they turned on the podium to face their flags, and to hear the American national anthem. Each athlete raised a black-gloved fist, and kept them raised until the anthem had finished. In addition, Smith, Carlos, and Australian silver medalist Peter Norman all wore human rights badges on their jackets.

Olympic Salute T-Shirt

£18.00Price
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  • Male & Female Product Info

    • Fashion Fit Tee
    • The softest shirt we sell
    • 100% ring spun combed cotton
    • Modern fit with extra softness
    • Tubular with shoulder-to-shoulder tape
    • Features 100% combed ring spun cotton for light, extra-soft comfort
    • Double-needle stitching on sleeve and bottom hem

     

    Kids & Unisex Product Info

    • Heavy Cotton Tee
    • 100% preshrunk, open-ended carded cotton (except grey shirts which are 99% cotton and 1% other fibres)
    • Classic loose fit for all-day comfort
    • Shoulder-to-shoulder tape and seamless collar
    • Double-needle neck sleeve and bottom hem


    Care Instructions: Turn inside out. Machine wash cold. 
    Use non-chlorine bleach only when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron image.

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