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February 21, 2000
Stalked?World 200-meter champion Inger Miller, who pulled out of an indoor meet in Ghent, Belgium, last Thursday for fear that an admirer who had been sending her love letters from Leuven, Belgium, would show up. "That man is dangerous," said meet organizer Wilfried Meert of Miller's harasser. "Now [his letters say] he wants to take her to heaven with him."
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February 21, 2000

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Stalked
?World 200-meter champion Inger Miller, who pulled out of an indoor meet in Ghent, Belgium, last Thursday for fear that an admirer who had been sending her love letters from Leuven, Belgium, would show up. "That man is dangerous," said meet organizer Wilfried Meert of Miller's harasser. "Now [his letters say] he wants to take her to heaven with him."

Benched
?Thirty-nine percent of the winter sports athletes at five Indianapolis public high schools, who were declared ineligible under a new policy that requires student-athletes to maintain a C average and 90% attendance.

Punched Out
?Of the U.S. Olympic boxing trials, 18-year-old identical twins Tiger and Rock Allen. On Feb. 9 Tiger weighed in 4� pounds over the limit for his 125-pound bout and was disqualified; that afternoon Rock won his fight at 132 pounds, but when officials determined that Tiger had weighed in for his overweight brother and signed paperwork for him, Rock was DQ'd too.

Endorsed
?Democratic presidential candidate Bill Bradley, by Michael Jordan in a 30-second TV spot. A spokesman for Vice President Gore, referring to an earlier endorsement of his candidate, said, "We've got Shaquille O'Neal. He's bigger."

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