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September 25, 1989 | From United Press International
A Soviet weightlifting champion who defected with his trainer through the Turkish Embassy in Athens has arrived in Istanbul, officials said Sunday. Hafiz Sulaimanov, 22, and his trainer and masseur, Vitaly Stabrov, arrived at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport late Saturday. The arrival was kept secret by Turkish officials and security was tight.
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SPORTS
September 17, 1988
Wayne Lukas won his sixth Del Mar Debutante in seven years (with Lea Lucinda on Sept. 4). Chris Ello reported that Lukas stalked off after being asked about the poor performance of his other entrant, One of a Klein, who was highly favored by the bettors. Not reported is the questionable practice in which horses with the same trainer are allowed to race uncoupled in the wagering. It is time for the California Horse Racing Board to conform to the standards of other states, such as New York, in which all entrants with a common trainer must be coupled in the wagering.
SPORTS
December 1, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
The Koch family knows drama. Howard W. Koch was one of Hollywood's biggest producers. And his grandson, Billy, is the managing partner for Little Red Feather Racing. The star horse in the stable, Egg Drop, provided plenty of thrills Sunday at Betfair Hollywood Park. Taking the lead from the start in the Grade I, $250,000 Matriarch, Egg Drop surrendered the lead to Discreet Marq in midstretch, then rallied along the rail under Martin Garcia and came away with a nose victory in the one-mile turf race at odds of 10-1.
SPORTS
July 2, 1986 | Associated Press
Jockey Don MacBeth, seriously injured in a racing accident, has filed an $87-million negligence suit, claiming he was never told that a veterinarian had declared his horse unfit for the race before being overruled, his attorney said Tuesday. MacBeth had been grossing $600,000 a year before the April 5 accident at Aqueduct that has left him in a back brace with a fractured spine, said Martin Baron, his attorney.
SPORTS
May 30, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
Dr. Lewis Yocum didn't work for the Dodgers in an official capacity, but the team's medical staff felt as if it lost one of its own this week when the Angels announced that the famed orthopedic surgeon had passed away . Yocum worked for the Angels for the last 36 years , but the Dodgers frequently solicited his opinion on medical matters. Dodgers team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache was a colleague of the famed surgeon at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic. “We would oftentimes help each other,” ElAttrache said.
SPORTS
May 1, 1989
A Rosary service for horse trainer Joe Manzi will be held at 6:30 tonight (Monday) at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Monrovia and a funeral Mass will be said there Tuesday morning at 10. Manzi, 53, died after suffering a heart attack last Thursday.
SPORTS
July 17, 1995 | BILL CHRISTINE
After five hours' of hearings over the weekend, Hollywood Park stewards will resume their investigation of trainer Bob Hess Jr. on Friday afternoon. Hess' horse, Guide, tested positive for morphine after finishing third on May 6. "There should be a ruling before the end of the meet [a week from today]," steward Tom Ward said Sunday. Hess has denied any wrongdoing.
SPORTS
December 13, 2013 | By Paresh Dave
A hard hit rattles a football player's helmet, prompting vibrations in an athletic trainer's pocket. If the trainer wasn't already, he (or she) starts watching the player for signs of a concussion. The wireless alert system from helmet maker Riddell is one of several technologies aimed at spotting potentially concussion-causing head impacts. But getting players and parents to try them remains a challenge. Westlake Village Westlake High purchased 25 sensors this summer and offered them to its 120 players for $150 on a first-come, first-served basis.
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