Ben Johnson Documentary

  FILE - In this Sept. 24, 1988, file photo, sprinter Ben Johnson of Canada, right, leads the pack to win the 100-meter dash finals in Olympic competition in Seoul, South Korea. American sprinter Carl Lewis finished second and Linford Christie, far left, of Great Britain was third. Olympic officials later stripped Johnson of his gold medal and world record at the games in Seoul, after he tested positive for steroids and Johnson was banned from competition for life. In '9.79,' British director Daniel Gordon tells the story of Johnson's infamous 100-meter final in Seoul. he 80-minute film made its debut last weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival.(AP Photo/Gary Kemper, File)
FILE - In this Sept. 24, 1988, file photo, sprinter Ben Johnson of Canada, right, leads the pack to win the 100-meter dash finals in Olympic competition in Seoul, South Korea. American sprinter Carl Lewis finished second and Linford Christie, far left, of Great Britain was third. Olympic officials later stripped Johnson of his gold medal and world record at the games in Seoul, after he tested positive for steroids and Johnson was banned from competition for life. In '9.79,' British director Daniel Gordon tells the story of Johnson's infamous 100-meter final in Seoul. he 80-minute film made its debut last weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival.(AP Photo/Gary Kemper, File)

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