Fast Times, Big Talk

Starr, Mark
July 2000
Bulletin with Newsweek;07/25/2000, Vol. 118 Issue 6234, p86
Focuses on the competition between sprinters Michael Johnson and Maurice Greene in the 200 meter Olympic Track and Field Trials in Sacramento, California. Evaluation of the capabilities and track records; Response of Johnson to the arguments of Greene regarding the competition; Speculation on the inclusion of both athletes in the Olympic track and field team.


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