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Lee Calhoun, two-time Olympic gold medalist who won the...

June 22, 1989

Lee Calhoun, two-time Olympic gold medalist who won the 110-meter hurdles with dramatic victories in Melbourne and Rome, died in Erie, Pa., of complications from a stroke. He was 56.

Calhoun, track and field coach at Western Illinois University since 1980, had been in poor health the last four years. He was hospitalized May 19.

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