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August 6, 1992 | From Associated Press
Jud Logan, a surprise fourth-place finisher in the Olympic hammer throw, tested positive for a steroid and became the first American in 20 years to flunk a drug test at the Games, IOC officials said Wednesday. Prince Alexandre de Merode, chairman of the IOC medical commission, said Clenbuterol, an anabolic steroid licensed in Germany as an anti-asthma drug, was found in Logan's urine sample.
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August 6, 1992 | From Associated Press
Jud Logan, a surprise fourth-place finisher in the Olympic hammer throw, tested positive for a steroid and became the first American in 20 years to flunk a drug test at the Games, IOC officials said Wednesday. Prince Alexandre de Merode, chairman of the IOC medical commission, said Clenbuterol, an anabolic steroid licensed in Germany as an anti-asthma drug, was found in Logan's urine sample.
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January 7, 1985
Jud Logan of the New York Athletic Club set an American record of 75-3 in the 35-pound weight throw in the Dartmouth Relays. He set the previous record of 74-11 3/4 last year.
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February 23, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Lance Deal, a 1988 Olympian in the hammer throw, smashed the American indoor record in the 35-pound weight throw with a heave of 78 feet, one-quarter inch, today during the Mobil Indoor Championships. Deal's toss broke the mark of 77-9 1/2 by Jud Logan in 1985. The world indoor best of 78-6 1/2 was by Tore Johnsen of Norway in 1984. The weight throw and the men's and women's shot puts were held at Princeton University. The rest of the meet's events were at Madison Square Garden.
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April 6, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Jud Logan of Columbus, Ohio, broke his own American record in the hammer throw Saturday night with a throw of 256 feet 3 inches in the Sun Angel track and field meet at Tempe, Ariz. Logan set the old record of 254-10 last week in Florida. Milan Stewart of the Southern California Cheetahs won the 110-meter high hurdles in a wind-aided time of 13.38 seconds. Tennessee's LaVonna Martin won the women's 100-meter hurdles in 12.95, equaling the seventh best time in U.S. history.
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May 4, 1986 | United Press International
The Jesse Owens Classic, with 21 of 27 champions back to defend their titles, has drawn the best field in the four-year history of the event, meet officials say. The roster for this year's Owens, scheduled for this afternoon in Ohio Stadium, will include two members of the world record setting 1984 U.S. Olympic 400-meter relay team--Calvin Smith and Sam Graddy. Smith holds the Owens meet record in the 200-meter dash of 20.45 and is the world record-holder in the 100 at 9.93.
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August 7, 1992 | RANDY HARVEY, The Times
The first U.S. track and field athlete ever to test positive for anabolic steroids in the Olympics, hammer thrower Jud Logan of North Canton, Ohio, said in a prepared statement Thursday that he is a victim of circumstances. Logan, who placed fourth for the highest U.S. finish in the hammer throw since 1956, said that the drug discovered in his system, clenbuterol, was not on the International Olympic Committee's banned list during the five months he took it from October, 1991 to February, 1992.
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June 18, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Buffy Rabbitt, former UC Irvine runner, qualified for the upcoming World University Games and for the 1992 Olympic Trials with her performance Saturday at the USA/Mobil Outdoor Championships in New York. Rabbitt finished 10th in the 3,000 meters with a time of 9 minutes 11.99 seconds, which met the qualifying standard for both competitions. Shelly Steely won the race in 8:49. Rabbitt's time also is an official UC Irvine record, breaking the mark of 9:14.7 set by Jill Harrington in 1987.
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June 17, 1989 | Associated Press
Lance Deal outperformed Olympic teammates Ken Flax and Jud Logan and won his first national hammer throw title Friday in the Athletics Congress Outdoor Track and Field championships. Deal, the American leader this year with a career-best of 257 feet, threw 252 feet 5 inches, breaking the Robertson Stadium record at the University of Houston. The previous mark of 245-2 was set by Robert Weir of Britain in 1983. Flax, the defending champion and ranked No. 1 in the United States for 1988, finished second at 252-0.
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