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Olympic Games / Reynolds Drug Case / Supreme Court #587159

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 20, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens reported allowing 400-meter runner Butch Reynolds to take part in the Olympic trials.

(Studio: Bob Costas) Background given to the track world's approach to Reynolds' long quest to get a drug test result overturned; details given of the international track federation's threat to ban anyone who runs against him this weekend.

(New Orleans: Craig Masback) Decision by the TAC to postpone the 400-meter trials until tomorrow outlined; details given of word that the other runners will refuse to run against Reynolds.

(Studio: Bob Costas) Failure of track star Carl Lewis to qualify for the 100-meter Olympic team shown; race in New Orleans, Louisiana, shown; qualifiers named.

Reporter(s):
Costas, Bob;
Masback, Craig;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:03:30

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