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5 Reasons Often Cited for the Amazing Success of Black Athletes

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Speed Gene

Some scientists have concluded that elite-level sprinting is virtually impossible in the absence of the ACTN3 protein, a “speed gene” most common among people of West African descent that makes fast-twitch muscle fibers fast.

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4 thoughts on “5 Reasons Often Cited for the Amazing Success of Black Athletes

  1. Michael Solomon says:

    Ok explain the pure African Athletes?

  2. Mark H. Golding says:

    They will forever keep pointing to something else rather than give credit where credit is due , because they are blinded by hate, envy and bigotry towards us that it eclipses the the truth they hid about our history from the days of Egypt , Hercules and beyond. Simply put , they know they cannot compete with us on a level playing field or on equal footing , so they create an inequitable system called white supremacy which establishes the chasm called racism to maintain separation as far apart as possible. A system that can only exist in 2 ice-cold places. Fear and Ignorance………………………..k.

  3. Ma'at Vulu says:

    This what EYE'm talking about. Why The Fuq are "scientist" still studying US to this capacity. A "speed gene". oh really? EYE thought it was more so the melanin, but ok… It makes their blood boil that all they have on US in this world is their social stature. We have to be careful about things like this tho, because these same scientist that conducted experiments like this, are also the same scientist that create and patent viruses that target US… They study US to learn how to depopulate and annihilate US!

  4. John Prewett says:

    TESTOSTERONE- Black men got more of it when young. …..
    Although several studies have suggested that African-American men
    have higher serum testosterone levels than white men,

    these differences were noted only in men 40 years of age or younger. As was noted in our study, after age 40, African-American and white men have comparable serum testosterone levels…"

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