Let the race begin for the `world's fastest man.'

Clayton, Mark
May 1997
Christian Science Monitor;5/30/97, Vol. 89 Issue 129, p1
Highlights the scheduled 150-meter sprint between Canada's Donovan Bailey and America's Michael Johnson on Sunday June 1, 1997 in Toronto's SkyDome. Background information on both men; Money the winner of the event will receive; Who the public favors to win the event. INSET: Fleet feet go toe to toe..


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