Muhammad Ali: The Birth of a Legend, Miami, 1961-1964

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St. Martin's Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 113 pages
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Muhammad Ali is now considered by many to be the greatest athlete of the century. But back when he was still Cassius Clay, training in Miami after winning an Olympic gold medal, he was just a promising fighter with a mouth that might one day get him into trouble.

Schulke's photographs capture Clay's intensity at that early stage of his career. Complete with background and interviews with those closest to Clay at the time. Muhammad Ali: The Birth of a Legend, Miami, 1961-1964 celebrates a man who has transcended the role of athlete to become one of the most dynamic figures of our time.

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About the author (2000)

Flip Schulke lives in Miami, Florida. Also by Flip Schulke: King Remembered with Penny McPhee.

Schudel is a staff writer for Sunshine: the Magazine of South Florida.

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