Some articles on won, won bronzes, bronzes:
... Ottey won the sprint double just like Quarrie had done 26 years before her ... Both men’s relay teams won bronzes ... Graham managed silver in the 400 m hurdles and Ottey once again won two bronzes in the 100 m and 200 m, and the men's 4x400 m team of Patrick O'Connor, Devon Morris, Winthrop Graham and Seymour Fagan also won ...
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