Butch Reynolds

Noden, Merrell
February 1993
Sports Illustrated;2/15/93, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p50
Profiles Butch Reynolds, the world-record holder at 400 meters. Battle with the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF); Racing in the Chemical Bank Millrose Games; Running well since summer; Reynolds' suspension from 1990 through the 1992 Olympics after a urine test showed traces of the banned anabolic steroid nandrolone; Court decision for the IAAF to pay Reynolds $27.3 million; Comments from Reynolds; More.


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