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February 19, 1994 | DAVID REYES
As artist Robert B. Krantz on Friday unveiled a three-foot-tall bronze artwork honoring Dr. Sammy Lee, the first Korean American to win a gold medal in the Olympics, Krantz offered an anecdote from Lee's coaching days. Known as a great but insistent diving teacher, Lee trained two-time Olympic gold-medal winners Bob Webster and Greg Louganis. He won a gold medal and a bronze medal in the 1948 Olympics in London and a gold in the 1952 Helsinki Games.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 19, 1994 | DAVID REYES
As artist Robert B. Krantz on Friday unveiled a three-foot-tall bronze artwork honoring Dr. Sammy Lee, the first Korean American to win a gold medal in the Olympics, Krantz offered an anecdote from Lee's coaching days. Known as a great but insistent diving teacher, Lee trained two-time Olympic gold-medal winners Bob Webster and Greg Louganis. He won a gold medal and a bronze medal in the 1948 Olympics in London and a gold in the 1952 Helsinki Games.
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June 27, 1999 | SUSAN SPANO, TIMES TRAVEL WRITER
The Ateljee Bar, intimate and stylish, frequented by Finns drinking espresso and whispering into Nokia cell phones, is one of my favorite places in this city. Located on the 14th floor of the Hotel Torni, it has terraces on two sides that yield bird's-eye views of this low-rise city set on a small peninsula in the Gulf of Finland, with 300 islets scattered around it like constellations in the steel-blue sea.
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