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July 04, 1983 | Kenny Moore
A world record and three U.S. bests highlighted the first competition on the L.A. Coliseum's new Olympic track
February 12, 1981
THE NON-OLYMPIC GAMES PEOPLE PLAYEDThe biggest news in U.S. track and field was that our athletes competed at all. Ousted from the Olympics by political priorities, they had little incentive. Yet they performed in...
August 18, 1980 | Edited by Gay Flood
REG-GIE!Sir:Thanks for a tremendous personal look at a real "superduperstar" (The Man Who Owns New York, Aug. 4). Not having been around for Ruth, Gehrig and DiMaggio, and not being old enough to appreciate Mantle...
July 28, 1980 | Craig Neff
Half a world from Lenin Stadium, boycotting athletes, some of whom gave Olympian performances, proved there's no alternative to the Games
March 13, 1980
He got his nickname, Skeets, as a babe, his father said, because he crawled so fast "he seemed to be running." Against Renaldo Nehemiah, every other high hurdler seemed to crawl last year. A University of Maryland...