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Baseball is, once again, drowning in performance enhancing drug stories...Is anyone else over being angry at potential drug abusers and their camp of sycophants and enablers? Count me among the numb because this discussion about PEDs is getting tired.
EDT , June 6, 2013 Florida Gators alum Jeff Demps headlines a group of Orlando athletes headed to Florida Hospital for Children to cheer up the pediatric patients today at 5 p.m. Demps will be joined by 4x400 Olympic gold medalist Dee Dee Trotter,
Several championship rings and Olympic rings were stolen from track-and-field gold medalist DeeDee Trotter's Altamonte Springs home, police said Friday. Investigators said Trotter's home at the Altamira Place Apartments was burglarized May 2. Among
did Olympic athletes' names make them greater? Stamper did well in the taekwondo, but Hammer the cyclist and Mallet the swimmer clearly entered the wrong events London 2012 Olympic champions Usain Bolt and Mo Farah swap signature poses.
And when DeeDee Trotter wants something, she doesnt keep it to herself. Absolutely I was trying to amp them up, Trotter said after the U.S. women raced virtually alone to the finish line in winning the 4x400-meter relay Saturday night. I
She qualified for the Olympics at the U.S. trials in Oregon later that month. Now Dixon returns to KU this semester from a trip to London with a gold medal that she won in the 4x400-meter relay with team USA on Saturday. The last gold-medalist in
Unkind wags have been suggesting that US 400m bronze medallist DeeDee Trotter was wearing a facial version of a vajazzle (a fajazzle?) when she raced on Sunday. For those unaware of what a vajazzle is (where have you been since 2009?) it's some self-
American Sanya Richards-Ross won the women's 400m Olympic title on Sunday in a time of 49.55 seconds to end a 28-year gold drought in the event for the United States. Defending champion Christine Ohuruogu of Great Britain finished second in 49.70
Charles had gone about a month without training and had a little less than six weeks to prepare to run the 400-meter dash on the world's biggest stage. Charles' mother, Ruperta, is a former Olympic sprinter and understood exactly what her daughter
Sunday, April 22, 2012 As the only collegiate athlete running in the women's 400-meter invitational with six professional athletes, sophomore Diamond Dixon finished in second place on Saturday, ahead of Olympic gold-medalist Mary Wineberg, who won