THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Johnson has been slow to admit wrongdoing

By Stan Grossfeld
Globe Staff / April 28, 2005

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The Ferrari is finis. The Porsche is gone, but the Canadian once known as the "The World's Fastest Man" still has a nice Acura with leather seats. Today they are piled high with clothes, a new designer sportswear line he's been hawking. The clothes are piled so high that Ben Johnson asks for help changing lanes from a passenger crammed in the back seat with the running suits. (Full article: 1727 words)

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