Calvin Davis, a renowned American hurdler and Olympic medalist, passed away at the age of 51.
Davis was a pioneer in the sport of hurdling and helped pave the way for future generations of athletes.
He won a bronze medal at the 1976 Olympics and set several world records in his career.
Davis also overcame obstacles off the track, including racism and a battle with cancer.
His dedication and hard work inspired many and earned him the respect of his peers.
Davis was known for his powerful stride and smooth technique on the track.
He continued to be involved in athletics after his retirement as a coach and mentor.
Davis' impact on the sport will not be forgotten and his legacy will live on.
His achievements serve as a reminder of the importance of perseverance and determination.
Rest in peace, Calvin Davis, and thank you for your contributions to the world of athletics.