The Olympic torch has an estimate of $20 000 and has been consigned by Los Angeles philanthropist Bob Lorsch, who was responsible for Jenner partaking in the torch relay.

Heritage specialy Chris Ivy, commented in an interview with the New York Post: "This torch serves as a wonderful symbol that masculinity and femininity are not mutually exclusive. The decathlon has long been considered the ultimate athletic proving ground, Jenner has played both gender roles masterfully."

Jenner took part in the 1984 games as part of Ceasar Tahoe's initiative to encourage community activities for the youth.

Lorsch commented: "Ceasars saw it as a tremendous do something more special, never realizing that we would be creating what is truly a piece of history that originated as a piece of sports history, then evolved as a piece of entertainment history through the Kardashian legacy and becoming a cultural phenomenon through the transition to Caitlyn."

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce, took home the gold in the 1976 Olympics in the men's decathlon event. Unofficially titled America's Olympic hero, Jenner has recently made headlines for her gender transition and for the work she has done in giving the transgender community a voice.

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