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Mike Stulce

Mike Stulce
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Born July 14, 1969

Michael ("Mike") Stulce (born July 14, 1969 in Killeen, Texas) is a former shot putter from the United States who was an outstanding athlete at Texas A&M University. He won the gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. He is also three times national champion. In 1993 he won the U.S. National shot put Championships.

Stulce had returned from a 1990 two-year doping ban just in time to win the gold medal at the Barcelona Olympics.

He subsequently failed another doping test at the 1993 World Outdoor Championships and received a life ban.

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