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May 3, 1998 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She won an unprecedented nine Illinois state titles during her career at Waukegan High and was a Track & Field News magazine all-American in the 200 meters last year. But nothing that UCLA freshman Shakedia Jones had done prepared her for her performance against USC and Brigham Young in a double-dual meet before 2,713 at Drake Stadium on Saturday. Jones won the 100 in 11.11 seconds, the 200 in 22.84, ran the second leg on the winning 400 relay team that clocked 43.
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July 18, 2004 | Alan Abrahamson, Times Staff Writer
Regina Jacobs, one of the leading U.S. middle-distance runners of the past decade, on Saturday accepted a four-year ban from competition after testing positive last year for THG, the designer steroid at the center of the BALCO doping scandal. Jacobs, 40, of Oakland, tested positive for THG at last year's U.S. track and field championships at Stanford. A three-time Olympian, she won the 1,500 at last year's U.S. meet as well as a variety of U.S. or world titles over the years.
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April 11, 2008 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Kansas Coach Bill Self said no thanks to Oklahoma State, his alma mater, and agreed to a contract extension that could keep him at Kansas for the rest of his career. The 45-year-old Self, an Oklahoma native who played for the Cowboys and was an assistant coach there at the beginning of his career, met with Oklahoma State Athletic Director Mike Holder on Wednesday night for about two hours. After conferring with Kansas Athletic Director Lew Perkins on Thursday, Self announced he was staying.
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June 3, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The NCAA Division I outdoor track and field championships are only a day old, and USC has already seen unexpected highs and a very disappointing low. Felix Sanchez, who came into the championships with the second-best college time in the 400-meter hurdles this year, failed to qualify for Friday's final with a time of 50.96 seconds Wednesday at Bronco Stadium. It was only the 10th-best time in the preliminaries.
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June 5, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After two days of clouds and rain at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships, the skies above Bronco Stadium cleared Friday and UCLA's Joanna Hayes took full advantage of it. Hayes, using a strong back turn to gain the lead in the final straightaway, set personal and stadium records in winning the 400-meter hurdles in 55.16 seconds, .64 seconds ahead of Tanya Jarrett of Texas.
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December 25, 2007 | Philip Hersh, Special to The Times
In an apparent attempt to hasten the resolution it favors, the International Olympic Committee has established a relatively tight deadline for the next step involving removal of medals for the 2000 Olympic relays that included confessed doper Marion Jones. Within hours of saying the fate of the other eight runners' medals would depend on action by the U.S. Olympic Committee, the IOC pushed the USOC to deal with the case quickly. In a letter dated Dec.
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July 17, 2004 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Another day, another report of a positive drug test and another cold shoulder from Marion Jones, who slowly but surely advanced to the semifinals of the women's 200 at the Olympic trials. With 18 runners moving on from a quarterfinal field pared to 19 by a flurry of withdrawals, Jones was last in her heat in 22.93 seconds, the 10th-fastest time. Jones, who won the 200 at Sydney but missed the U.S.
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September 20, 2000 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Injured sprinter Inger Miller, favored to win two silver medals and a gold, withdrew from the 100 meters today in a development that could have a significant impact on U.S. teammate Marion Jones' chances to become the first woman track and field athlete to win five gold medals in a single Olympics. Miller, formerly of Pasadena Muir and USC, was expected to provide the greatest threat to Jones in the 100 and 200 and support in the 400-meter relay.
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September 26, 2000 | ROBYN NORWOOD, From Staff and Wire Reports
World champion Inger Miller officially withdrew from the women's 200 meters today because the left hamstring injury that forced her out of the 100 last week has not healed. Miller still hopes to run in the 400-meter relay this weekend, U.S. Track and Field spokeswoman Jill Geer said. Miller was replaced in the 200 by Torri Edwards, who was fourth in that event at the U.S. trials. Edwards also replaced Miller in the 100. Miller hurt her hamstring while training at UCLA on Sept.
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June 4, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a day when there weren't many points available and qualifying was the goal in most events, the UCLA and USC track and field teams got some big performances from their stars Thursday at the NCAA championships before 5,805 at Bronco Stadium. Seilala Sua earned 10 points for the Bruin women, becoming the fourth UCLA woman to win the NCAA shotput title in the 1990s.
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