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August 27, 2003 | Randy Harvey, Times Staff Writer
From the early morning, when a 17-year-old Southern Californian made news because of the shoes she wore, to the late evening, when a steeplechaser became the center of attention because of the name and flag he bore, the fourth day of track and field's world championships was hardly de rigueur. Or maybe it was just another day at Stade de France because the previous three days, punctuated by the controversy enveloping U.S. sprinter Jon Drummond, were hardly predictable.
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August 13, 2005 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Justin Gatlin's phone rang at 8 a.m. on Friday. At the other end was Allyson Felix, who calls him "my sidekick" and sought his reassurance as she prepared for the 200-meter final at the world championships. "She said, 'I'm nervous,' " Gatlin recalled. "I said, 'What are you nervous about? You beat Veronica Campbell head to head in London a few weeks ago, and you've been out there all season.' "She ran a great race, a very gutsy race." Two years after she graduated from L.A.
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April 15, 2005 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
No one had ever invited Allyson Felix to walk the red carpet at an awards show in a designer gown before she won a silver medal in the 200 meters at the Athens Olympics, so she had the good grace to correct herself after saying her life hadn't changed much since the Games. "There are a few more opportunities," said Felix, who was a vision of elegance alongside 100-meter dash gold medalist Justin Gatlin at the Emmys in September. "I was really just going with Justin. I was just tagging along."
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June 27, 2012 | By Helene Elliott
EUGENE, Ore. -- Bobby Kersee , coach of deadlocked sprinters Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh , said Wednesday he asked USA Track and Field to delay a possible run-off for the final women's 100-meter U.S. Olympic spot until at least Tuesday, two days after the Olympic trials are scheduled to end. Kersee said in a phone interview that both sprinters, who are scheduled to run in the 200 on Saturday, need more rest than they would get if...
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June 24, 2012 | By Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times
EUGENE, Ore. - USA Track and Field officials were meeting late Saturday to determine how to break a dead heat between Jeneba Tarmoh and Allyson Felix for third place in the women's 100 meters at the Olympic track and field trials, with a berth on the London Olympic team at stake. Tarmoh was initially awarded third ahead of Felix, though the two Los Angeles-based training partners were timed in 11.068 seconds. Timers notified referees of a possible dead heat, leading to a review of the photo finish.
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July 9, 2002 | From staff reports
Allyson Felix, a sprinter from North Hills L.A. Baptist High, is expected to run in the World Junior track and field championships in Kingston, Jamaica, on July 16-21, despite straining her right hamstring for the second time in three weeks June 21.
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September 1, 2007 | Philip Hersh
* Friday's (other) big event: The 400 meters, in which Jeremy Wariner led a U.S. sweep with a scintillating time of 43.45 seconds. It was a personal best for Wariner, the reigning Olympic champion and third-fastest man ever. * Today's big events: The men's and women's sprint relay finals serve as the centerpiece, with battles expected between Jamaica and the United States in both events.
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May 17, 2002 | From staff reports
Junior Allyson Felix of North Hills L.A. Baptist and senior Angel Perkins of Cerritos Gahr will try to add to their impressive sprint credentials Saturday in the Southern Section divisional track and field championships at Cerritos College in Norwalk. Felix, the defending state champion in the girls' 100 meters, is favored to win her third consecutive Division IV titles in the 100 and 200.
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August 8, 2008
The Olympics are a melting pot of exceptional athletes, from superstars on the international scene to equally hardworking and talented individuals who toil in near obscurity, all with the same goal of bringing home a gold medal. In this special section, we've created six covers showing the wide range of athletes representing Southern California for the next 17 days, from the bright lights of the NBA to the quiet sounds of the archery range. For a closer look at the covers (downloadable as PDFs)
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