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September 17, 2001
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September 17, 2001

Olympic Sports

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If you build it, they will invoke sponsorship protection. Salt Lake organizing committee officials have told Steve Ames, of Farmington, Utah, that he must plow under the Olympic-rings design in his cornfield or fork over rights fees of a reported $10,000. Ames has been charging visitors $5 each to walk through the corn rings....

Korean archery officials dropped four Olympic medalists from the team that will compete at the worlds next week for eschewing a training camp that required the archers to stay up all night, clean up sewage, stare at dead bodies and climb a mountain with weights on their backs. The bizarre regimen was designed to make the archers mentally and physically tough.

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