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December 15, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Four top Russian athletes were ordered to return to Moscow after Swedish customs officials found steroids in the team coach's luggage at a Stockholm airport. The athletes were identified as women's 100-meter hurdles world champion Ludmila Naroshilenko, women's 400-meter hurdles world champion Margarita Ponomaryeva, pole vaulter Rodion Gataullin and sprinter Tachana Reshnetikova.
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December 15, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Four top Russian athletes were ordered to return to Moscow after Swedish customs officials found steroids in the team coach's luggage at a Stockholm airport. The athletes were identified as women's 100-meter hurdles world champion Ludmila Naroshilenko, women's 400-meter hurdles world champion Margarita Ponomaryeva, pole vaulter Rodion Gataullin and sprinter Tachana Reshnetikova.
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March 12, 1989
World indoor champion Rodion Gataullin of the Soviet Union won the Masters pole vault by clearing 19-7 3/4 at Grenoble, France.
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August 27, 1988 | United Press International
Tom McKean of Britain beat compatriot Sebastian Coe at 800 meters, and Sergei Bubka of the Soviet Union incurred a rare loss in the pole vault Friday at the International Amateur Athletic Federation Grand Prix track and field final. Bubka, the world champion and a big favorite in next month's Seoul Olympics, was beaten by countryman Rodion Gataullin. The meet at Olympic Stadium did produce expected victories by Said Aouita of Morocco in the mile (3:56.
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February 5, 1989
Four of the Soviet Union's best track and field athletes are entered in the Times/Eagle Indoor Games, Friday night, Feb. 17 at the Forum. Between them, the four Soviets have earned six Olympic medals. Olga Bryzgina won a pair of gold medals in Seoul as she became the first Soviet woman to win the Olympic 400 meters. She also anchored the winning 400-meter relay squad.
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September 2, 1989
Said Aouita capped a brilliant season by posting the world's second-fastest 5,000-meter time Friday to win the the Grand Prix track and field overall men's title for the third time in four years. However, the Moroccan's time of 13:06.36 at Monte Carlo, Monaco, was overshadowed by an injury to his right calf, which he said might keep him out of next week's World Cup at Barcelona, Spain.
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February 25, 1989 | Associated Press
Kim McKenzie, the 1984 Olympic bronze medalist, upset ailing Jackie Joyner-Kersee in the women's 55-meter high hurdles Friday night at the Mobil Indoor Championships in Madison Square Garden. McKenzie was timed in 7.39 seconds, .04 ahead of Joyner-Kersee, who was suffering from a strained right hip flexor. In another surprise, Frank O'Mara held off fellow Irishman Marcus O'Sullivan on the final lap to win the mile in 3:58.58. It was the second straight loss for O'Sullivan, his first in the mile.
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