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August 05, 1996
The arrogance of certain athletes—to think they should qualify for the Olympics without competition because of their past glories.SCOTT ROSE, OLNEY, ILL.
July 22, 1996 | Gary Smith
Michael Johnson Is The World's Greatest Sprinter—And Perhaps Its Most Deliberate Man.
July 15, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien
Namibia's Frankie Fredericks upset Olympic favorite Michael Johnson in the 200 meters last Friday in Oslo, but Johnson still goes into the Atlanta Games with the world record, a 19.66-second clocking that translates...
July 15, 1996 | Bill Colson
Imagine it's the morning after the Atlanta Olympic final of the men's 200 meters, and Michael Johnson of the U.S. has become the first male runner to win the 200 and the 400 meters at the same Games. Of course, you...
July 01, 1996 | Kenny Moore