Showing 1 - 10 of 146 Stories for Zola Budd
Triumph and Tragedy in Los Angeles
Epitomizing victory was Carl Lewis with four gold medals. In stark contrast was Mary Decker
A RUNNER RUNS HOME
To hear Zola Budd speak during her first days in England in the spring of 1984, one had to lean forward and listen intently. "I am just a runner," ...
A Flight To A Stormy Haven
Teenage running prodigy Zola Budd forsook South Africa for England and a chance at the 1984 Olympics
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
She was once the fastest thing on the South African veld without stripes or spots. On Jan. 5, 1984, a barefoot 17-year-old named. Zola Budd ...
DISTANCE RUNNING STAR ZOLA BUDD HAS SURVIVED TURMOIL ON AND OFF THE TRACK. NOW HER HOPE IS TO REPRESENT ...
No nipping this Budd
Zola Budd won a brave, barefoot 3,000 to acquire an Olympic berth
Mary, Mary, still contrary
Mary Decker, her Olympic anger untempered, set a record in LA.
Worthy of Really High Fives
At the French Open, Ivan Lendl won his first major and Martina Navratilova the Grand Slam—sort of
All Quiet On The Western Front
Zola Budd ran without incident at last but lost her race in Phoenix