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Olympic Games / Drugs, Swimming #762310

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 14, 2004
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(Athens: Bob Woodruff) Announcement by Greek officials of the suspension of the country's two best athletes for failing to show up for a drug test & the first victory by American swimmer Michael Phelps in the 400m medley reported. American swimmer Ian Crocker, who is recovering from the illness of clinical depression, profiled; swimming shown. [Olympic men's swim teach coach Eddie REESE†- talks about Crocker, a mental giant.] [PHELPS - praises Crocker.] [CROCKER - talks about his depression.] [National Mental Health Assn. president Michael FAENZA†- talks about treatment for depression.]

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Woodruff, Bob
Duration:
00:03:30

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