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King Juan Carlos of Spain awards the Japanese women marathon teamAfter Sevilla 99 -Fireworks to come in Brussels, Berlin and Munich
1 September 1999 - After a truly great 7th IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Seville, the excitement continues, as the IAAF Golden League and Grand Prix approach their climaxes.More>>>


Song-Ok Yong after her historic winHistoric Gold for Yong
Roundup of the final day of the 7th IAAF World Championships in Athletics

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 We are proud of saying that athletics is a truly global sport. The result of the women's marathon this morning proved that this is no hollow boast. Watched by millions of TV viewers world-wide, Song-Ok Yong beat a top field, including Olympic and World Champions, to bring North Korea its first ever medal at a major sporting event.More>>>

Abel Anton after winning the men's marathon raceMagic Anton raises the roof
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Spain forgot its obsession with football tonight as a sold-out Estadio Olimpico offered a vivid and deafening ambience to match any Barcelona-Real Madrid game. More>>>


Maurice Greene at the medal presentation ceremonySzabo dominates as Greene does double
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Maurice Greene became the first man in World Championship history to complete the sprint double tonight, while Inger Miller blew away the opposition in the women's final. More>>>


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