In the biopic race the black athlete Jesse Owens in 1936 rises to the sports star of the Olympic Games in Nazi Germany.
Action by race
The 1936 Summer Olympics to be held in Berlin. The film-maker Leni Riefenstahl is tasked to capture the event for posterity.
Despite hostility, the black American athlete Jesse Owens doggedly trained under the guidance of his Coaches Larry Snyder, to be at the Olympic Games here. At the same time the head of the Olympic Committee, Avery Brundage, against one of Jeremiah Mahoney committed initiated boycott of the games in Nazi Germany, to send American athletes in the competition and to show that the victory belongs to no country and no skin color alone the Germans with their obsession with race.