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Calvin Davis, Olympic medalist in 400 hurdles, dies at 51


By The Associated Press

Calvin Davis, the Olympic bronze medalist in the 400 hurdles at the 1996 Atlanta Games, has died. He was 51. The University of Arkansas, where he went to school, said Davis died Monday. USA Track and Field also confirmed the death. No cause was given. A 400-meter runner early in his career, Davis found his calling in the 400 hurdles. He finished behind teammate Derrick Adkins and Samuel Matete of Zambia at the 1996 Olympics.

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