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Supplemental retirement income

Updated: September 1, 2004, 1:13 PM ET
By Mark Kreidler | Special to ESPN.com

Michael Johnson is about to go where few highly successful athletes have gone before.

And not long after that, he's likely to understand why.

In a move that has us scratching our heads looking for modern precedent, Johnson, a five-time Olympic gold medalist, has decided to become an agent. He'll represent Jeremy Wariner, who said over the weekend that he'll forego his final two years of eligibility at Baylor to turn pro.

Wariner's decision came at the far end of an Athens Games ...

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