Smith true winner of ‘dirtiest race’ in history
If anti-doping regulations had been strictly enforced, Calvin Smith, a gifted American sprinter with a distinctive upright style, would have left the 1988 Seoul Games as the Olympic 100 meters champion and world-record holder.
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Carl Lewis talks about Husain Bolt
Lewis’ comments, which he made while speaking at an official Pan American Games press conference here on Monday, are not the first he has made on the issue, although he said in 2003 that he failed three tests for stimulants in 1988 and that Olympic executives looked the other way.