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December 2, 1989
High hurdler Roger Kingdom, 27, was honored as the top track and field athlete in the United States, being named the winner of the 1989 Jesse Owens Award. The voting was conducted by members of The Athletics Congress, athletes, officials and the media.
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SPORTS
December 2, 1989
High hurdler Roger Kingdom, 27, was honored as the top track and field athlete in the United States, being named the winner of the 1989 Jesse Owens Award. The voting was conducted by members of The Athletics Congress, athletes, officials and the media.
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December 13, 1987 | Associated Press
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, world record-holder in the heptathlon and co-record-holder in the women's long jump, was named winner of the Jesse Owens Memorial Award Saturday night for the second straight year. Edwin Moses, Carl Lewis, Greg Foster and Michael Conley were also nominated for the award, given to U.S. track and field's outstanding performer. The voting was not disclosed.
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December 7, 1997 | MIKE PENNER
The news dispatches from Nagano and Lausanne last week had to gladden the hearts and moisten the eyes of ski enthusiasts around the globe. Yes, there will be a men's Olympic downhill race in 1998. A confusing and sometimes comical five-year debate over where exactly to place the starting gate on Mt.
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