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December 28, 1992
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December 28, 1992

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They Said It
Steeplechaser Mark Rowland, explaining why his event is the most dangerous in track and field: "If yon make one mistake, it can result in a vasectomy."

The Racing Times, a horse racing daily launched by British financier Robert Maxwell, ceases publication three months after his death.

Magic Johnson's game-high 25 points and nine assists earn him MVP honors in the NBA All-Star Game.

Mike Tyson is convicted of rape and deviate sexual behavior by a jury in Indianapolis.... Bonnie Blair becomes the first U.S. athlete to win a medal at the Winter Olympics in Albertville by striking gold it the women's 500-meter speed skating.

Cammy Myler lights oil the flu and comes in fifth in the luge, the best finish ever for a U.S. luger.

They Said It
fames Brown, CBS sportscaster, on the Winter Olympics: "Until recently, I thought luge was something that happened to your car after 15,000 miles."

Oakland A's slugger Jose Canseco is charged with aggravated battery in Miami following a 4:30 a.m. argument with his wife. According to police, Canseco twice deliberately rammed his Porsche into her BMW, running her off the road.

They Said It
Tom Kendall, a driver in the upcoming Toyota Grand Prix in Miami: "I'm going to keep my eye peeled for Jose Canseco."

Kristi Yamaguchi of the U.S. wins Olympic gold in figure skating, with Midori Ito of Japan getting the silver and Nancy Kerrigan, another American, the bronze.

Sometime saloon singer Cathy Turner of Rochester, N.Y., wins the 500-meter pack skating final in Albertville.

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