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High Flyers

Maurice Greene opened the door to his balcony each day around 9 a.m., stepped outside, looked at the glittering sea and took a deep breath of salt air. Another...

Feeling Betrayed by Marion Jones

You wanted to believe her. She made you believe. She was good like that. Marion Jones, TIME cover girl, winner of five medals — three gold — at the 2000 Sydney...

Sport: Chasing The Truth

Even if you're the fastest couple in the world, there are certain things you can't outrun--like Johnny Law. So Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery, the sprinting...

The Summer Olympics: Marion Jones

Marion Jones, one of the world's loveliest women and demonstrably the fastest, is sitting before a mirror having makeup applied--a superfluous act. She is being...

Meet the Marvelous Marion Jones

Marion Jones, one of the world's loveliest women and demonstrably the fastest, is sitting before a mirror having makeup applied — a superfluous act. She is being...

Track in Trouble? Felix Is the Answer

Allyson Felix won't race past reality. After Marion Jones, who sits in jail because she lied about her steroid use, Felix knows that track can't crown a true...

Milestones Sep. 18, 2006

ARRESTED. Paris Hilton, 25, celebrity by declaration; for driving under the influence of alcohol; after police observed her steering her Mercedes-Benz...

Track and Field: New Kids in the Blocks

Besides the terms drug scandal and BALCO, the phrase bandied about most often at last month's U.S. Olympic track-and-field trials in Sacramento, Calif., was...

And Now, Gold for Lawyers

No one knew if Marion Jones would win five, if the U.S. would rule the pool, if the sun would shine at Bondi. But heading into Sydney, everyone knew drugs would...

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Lennox Miller first saw his little girl run fast-really fast-during an eighth-grade field day. Oh, he already knew she was quick. He had seen that in little...

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