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Greene, Johnson Power Men's Relay

Maurice Greene had no trouble closing out the 400 relay.
The U.S. men made a clean sweep Saturday. Maurice Greene anchored the team to a 4x100-meter relay win and Michael Johnson closed out an easy win in the 4x400 relay. Also, Marion Jones ran an impressive third leg to help the women take gold in their 4x400 relay. Jones became the first woman to win five track medals (three gold, two bronze) at one Olympics.
• Not even Jones could help 4x100 relay
• Jones settles for bronze in long jump
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Hollobaugh: Delay will work out for Gebrselassie
Haile Gebrselassie's decision to put off tackling the marathon makes sense as he's still at the top of 10,000 meter, writes's Jeff Hollobaugh.
Being in Runyan's shoes isn't easy
Simply getting to the Games is a victory for legally blind runner Marla Runyan, writes's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Hollobaugh: Where did the fun go?
Olympic athletes have always wanted to win, but losing wasn't always the end of the world, writes's Jeff Hollobaugh.
Ratto: Where's all the fuss?
Who is Jai Taurima, and why isn't everybody mad at him?'s Ray Ratto explores the issue.
Hollobaugh: The rise and fall of empires
American distance runners aren't the only ones competing with their country's history, writes's Jeff Hollobaugh.

House full of dreams
Sprinters Maurice Greene and Ato Boldon share more than just the Olympic dream. They're also sharing a house in suburban Sydney.
Jones has some new slippers for Sydney
Marion Jones might -- and might not -- wear her new clear, heel-less track shoes at the Olympic Games.
Floyd's recipe: No booze, fast times
At age 34, when most sprinters have passed their peak, Floyd Heard has reached his.
Bailey confident of 100-meter defense
A near-"miracle" recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon has champion feeling bouyant.
Injured Železný goes for gold again
Czech Jan Železný is aiming for his third gold medal in javelin at Sydney despite a nagging rib injury that means he will probably not throw again before the Games.

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Men's relay team offends some with display after victory

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Melinte's appeal over drug suspension denied

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USA Track & Field, Hunter under fire for doping cover-ups

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World record-holding hammer thrower escorted off Olympic track

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