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Katherine Hamilton during a 1981 hurdles race when she was a sophomore at Berkeley. Later that year, Hamilton quit the team and walked away from her sport, largely because of the prevalence of performance-enhancing drugs at the top levels of track and field. Courtesy of Martha Edwards hide caption

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How Losing Is A Profitable Game In Baseball

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High-Tech Tools To Improve Your Golf Game

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Who Can A Young Fan Look Up To? It's Tough

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