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THE 15TH ASIAN
GAMES LIFTED THE VEIL ON THE MADNESS OF THE HUMAN PAGEANT: THOUSANDS OF
ATHLETES FROM SCORES OF COUNTRIES IN HUNDREDS OF EVENTS IN DOZENS OF SPORTS
BEAMED OUT TO A BILLION AND A HALF VIEWERS AROUND...
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There were two surprises about the record number of athletes--24, compared with the previous high of 12, at the 1984 Los Angeles Games--forced out of the Olympics by drug tests: Half were women (including...