Davis' 400m hurdles bronze from '96 Olympics stolen
BOSTON -- A bronze medal won by Calvin Davis in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta was stolen from his mother's home in Boston.
After Davis won bronze in the 400-meter hurdles, a motorcade escorted him home from Logan International Airport, and Davis gave the medal to his mother, Helen Davis.
She's kept it in a dresser drawer in her apartment in Boston's
Dorchester section, but it was stolen, along with sports jerseys
and video games, sometime around Thanksgiving, The Boston ...
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