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Topic - Carl Lewis
A pair of decorated Olympic medalists came to St. Louis Thursday to promote a new youth track program at a convention of physical education teachers.
The latest fallout in the New Jersey road-closing scandal that's hit hard at Chris Christie is that Olympian Carl Lewis — a record-setting sprinter who won nine gold medals in track and field — claims the governor frustrated his political aspirations to protect a friend.
Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis says Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie dropped a plan to appoint him the state's first physical fitness ambassador when he launched a political campaign against a Christie friend.
It's early morning on the University of Maryland campus, and Andrew Valmon is standing on the track holding two stopwatches. He conducts his workouts early, before the midday heat sets in.
A federal appeals panel took nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis off a New Jersey state Senate ballot Thursday, finding he does not meet the state's four-year residency requirement after all.
Nearly a year after he was relieved of command in Afghanistan, retired Army Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal is joining the Obama administration.
With 6.6 million tickets up for sale and a giant clock ticking down the 500 days until the opening ceremony, two Olympic superstars came to London on Tuesday to help celebrate the countdown to the 2012 Summer Games.
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE HERSHEY COMPANY - Olympic legends Jackie Joyner-Kersee, left, and Carl Lewis announce Run Jump Throw, a new national youth physical activity initiative from The Hershey Company and USA Track & Field at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance National Convention on Thursday, April 3, 2014 in St. Louis.
Mr. Lewis' tale of woe has already been told in New Jersey, but the ex-sprinter came forward on Monday to add this to his claim: He said Mr. Christie tried to push him out the Senate race by threatening to dash his role as physical fitness ambassador for the state — the first to serve in that capacity in New Jersey, The Daily Mail reported.