The Second L.A. Games

With the Soviet bloc boycotting the Games, the United States dominated -- particularly Carl Lewis, who duplicated Owens' feat of winning four golds in track and field. The Games' most dramatic moment came in the women's 3,000-meter race, when the long-anticipated duel between South African Zola Budd and American Mary Decker ended with Budd tripping Decker and costing both a medal.