Showing 1 - 10 of 1060 Stories for Mary Decker
Hail, the Conquering Heroine!
To the plaudits of the Millrose Games crowd that had cheered her to a world mark in the 1,500, Mary Decker triumphantly tours the Garden
She Runs And We Are Lifted
In 1983 we honor Mary Decker as our Sportswoman of the Year. We do so for her dramatic double victory in the 1,500 and 3,000 meters in the ...
Mary, Mary, still contrary
Mary Decker, her Olympic anger untempered, set a record in LA.
Putting It All on the Line
Mary Decker won two golds and Carl Lewis three in track and field's magnificent first World Championships ever
RUNNER MARY DECKER SLANEY FEBRUARY 18, 1980
Mary Slaney first ran in New York City's Millrose Games in 1974,when she was " little Mary" Decker, a pigtailed 15-year-old soabsurdly talented ...
Triumph and Tragedy in Los Angeles
Epitomizing victory was Carl Lewis with four gold medals. In stark contrast was Mary Decker
Trials and Jubilation
Out of nine days, in which by harsh necessity exultation combined with despair, came the U.S. Olympic track team
A Double Decker For Mary
Mary Decker set American marks at 800 and 1,500 meters while tuning up for track's World Championships
Mary, Mary, not contrary
Only 15, little Miss Decker has gained poise to match her status
After the Fall Eighteen years removed from her disastrous collision with Mary Decker, the barefoot Afrikaner has once again found joy in running Zola Budd
On Jan. 5, 1984, a barefoot 17-year-old namedZola Budd eclipsed Mary Decker's 5000-meter world record by 6.5seconds, though her time was ...