Showing 1 - 10 of 80 Stories for Leroy Burrell
Leroy Burrell is already the fastest man alive, and, at 24, he's only getting better
Man Of the Century
Leroy Burrell's world record in the 100 brightened a bungled TAC championships
No Pain, No Spain
In an Olympic trials opening filled with anguish and injury, world-record holder Carl Lewis failed to make the U.S. team in the 100
Gold Standard Once going nowhere fast, sprinter Maurice Greene has found his stride, smashed the 100-meter world record and set his sights on Olympic stardom
history, behind Leroy Burrell (9.85) and Carl Lewis (9.86). Less than two months later Greene stunned Bailey in Athens. It has only gotten better ...
LEAP FOR GLORY IN HER LAST HURRAH, JACKIE JOYNER-KERSEE WON A BRONZE IN THE LONG JUMP, HER SIXTH OLYMPIC MEDAL
Mike Marsh and Leroy Burrell, but the possibility that Lewis might join ... said Burrell will run warmup sprints before the U.S lineup is submitted.
LADIES FIRST THE U.S. WOMEN BROUGHT HOME WHAT THE MEN COULDN'T--A GOLD IN THE 4X100 RELAY
meeting became necessary after Leroy Burrell told coaches that he could ... Burrell. Harden would run second, after Jon Drummond and ahead
When asked why so many of the world's top sprinters—Lewis, Leroy Burrell and Dennis Mitchell—come from the Philadelphia area, Drummond ...
Long May They Run
A hundred years of Riggy, wooooo and digging clams at the Penn Relays
On April 17, at the Mount SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif., Lewis and Santa Monica Track Club teammates Mike Marsh, Leroy Burrell and Floyd ...