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December 26, 2005 | Tim Layden
After deferring his retirement, U.S. shot putter Adam Nelson finally struck gold at the world championships
November 14, 2005 | Edited by Mark Bechtel
July 1-3, Sonkajarvi, Finland Rodman attends the Wife-Carrying World Championships, but declines to compete, saying he lacks proper training, not to mention an able wife. (His had a broken leg.) He vows to get in...
August 22, 2005 | TIM LAYDEN
In faraway Finland, with no TV attention back in the States, a youthful U.S. team surprised everyone and utterly dominated the world championships
August 15, 2005 | TIM LAYDEN
Jaunty Justin Gatlin and plucky Lauryn Williams gave the U.S. a sweep of the 100 meters at the world championships
April 28, 2003
Joona Puhakka, HELSINKI, FINLANDDivingPuhakka, a freshman at Arizona State, became the first Sun Devil to win two individual conference tides in the same year by winning the one-and three-meter springboard events at...