Jack Johnson was the first Black American to achieve which sporting feat?
Boxer Jack Johnson won the heavyweight championship belt in 1908 and reigned as champ for nearly seven full years, a feat that ignited racial tensions in many parts of the world. In 1913, Johnson was sentenced to prison for traveling across state lines with his fiancé, a white woman. He fled to Europe and lived as a fugitive for years, continuing to fight there until his retirement in 1928.
Win heavyweight boxing title
Hit a home run
Score a touchdown
Win a major golf
The correct answer is Win heavyweight boxing title.