1988 Seoul Olympics: Mens 100m Final
Athletics - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Men's 100m Final
Canada's Ben Johnson (#6) raises his hand as he easily wins the race from the chasing pack, including the USA's Carl Lewis (#3) and Great Britain's Linford Christie (#4), in the Olympic Stadium, Seoul Sports Complex, Seoul, South Korea.
Johnson won the race in a new World Record of 9.79s, but three days later was disqualified after testing postive for anabolic steroids. Lewis was then awarded the gold and Christie the silver
Sebastian Coe - 1984 1500m Olympic Champion
Athletics - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - Men's 1500m Final
Sebastian Coe points to the press, who had expressed doubts about his ability leading into the games, after winning the race in a new Olympic record in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Coe was the first man to defend the Olympic 1500m title
1988 Seoul Olympics: Womens 1500m
Athletics - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Women's 1500m Final
From left to right in the Olympic Stadium, Seoul Sports Complex, Seoul, South Korea: the USSR's Laimute Baikauskaite (#512), Canada's Lynn Williams (#83), Great Britain's Christina Boxer-Cahill (White vest, #213), the USSR's Tetiana Samolenko (#548), and East Germany's Andrea Hahmann (#267).
Baikauskaite won the silver and Samolenko the bronze, while Boxer-Cahill was 4th, Williams 5th and Hahmann 6th