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Australian sprinter Dean Capobianco was banned for four years for testing positive for the steroid Stanozolol in Hengelo, Netherlands, May 27.

PARIMUTUELS: Flat Fleet Feet, the 9-5 favorite, won the $120,050 Poinciana Breeders' Cup Handicap for fillies and mares as Hialeah opened a 61-day meeting. Flat Fleet Feet paid $5.80, $3 and $2.60; Top Secret $5 and $3.40; and Surprising Fact $2.80.

ET CETERA: Steven Franklin Williams, 36, a professional wrestler known to fans as Dr. Death, was charged with possession of a controlled substance after being arrested at the Laredo, Texas, airport with undeclared pharmaceutical drugs. A Ukrainian yacht skippered by Ruslana Taran, the 1996 Olympic bronze medalist, won the Shiseido Cup International Women's 470-class competition in Hayama, Japan. Isabelle Charest set a world speedskating record of 45.11 seconds in the women's 500 meters and Canada's men's 5,000-meter relay team set a world mark of 6:59.11 Sunday night in Calgary.

_ ERNEST HOOPER, TIMES WIRES

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