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May 08, 1995 | Merrell Noden
Even in his prime, Carl Lewis was never much of a starter. Whether coming out of the blocks or emerging from the cocoon of diversions he wraps around himself each winter (reporting for radio shows, taking acting...
September 19, 1994 | Kenny Moore
The imperative of Carl Lewis's chosen race, the 100-meter dash, is simply the imperative of his life. A tall, long-levered man, Lewis must always take a few steps to get those knees up, those arms driving, those...
May 30, 1994 | Merrell Noden
Carl Lewis's head is, as usual, a hive of activity, humming with plans and schemes and business ventures. Throughout his long and remarkable career, Lewis has always given the impression of being in motion. Even when...
August 09, 1993 | Steve Rushin
In a lucrative showdown Linford Christie beat his 'old' rival, Carl Lewis
May 31, 1993 | Merrell Noden
A kindred duel in the women's 800 highlighted a memorable New York Games