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ATLANTA 1996

August 02, 1996

* A DOOZY: Michael Johnson of the United States won the 200 meters in a world-record time of 19.32. S1

* THE BEST: American Dan O'Brien won the decathlon, earning him the title of the world's greatest athlete. S1

* GOAL ACHIEVED: The U.S. women defeated China in soccer to win the gold medal. S1

* TV COVERAGE: S2

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Saturday August 3, 1996 Home Edition Part A Page 3 Foreign Desk 1 inches; 29 words Type of Material: Correction
Clarification--In some editions of Friday's Times, a Page One caption said that Michael Johnson had become the first to win both the 200- and 400-meter races in the same Olympics. In fact, two women have done so.

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