In 1967, 10 Indigenous Athletes Ran As One: But Their Run Was Stolen By A White Athlete

In 1967, 10 Indigenous athletes were tasked with running the Pan Am torch from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Winnipeg, Manitoba for the opening ceremonies of the Pan Am Games.

When they arrived, after 800km, their victory was taken from them, predictably by a white athlete.

This is their story, as told by CBC:

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