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Kirshenbaum, Jerry; O'Brien, Richard
February 1993
Sports Illustrated;2/1/93, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p11
Discusses the IAAF's refusal to provide prize money at the track and field world championships in Stuttgard. IAAF, the sport's governing body; Boycott threat from Mike Conley, Carl Lewis, Gwen Torrence and other stars; Money earned and spent by IAAF officials.


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