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The 1984 Olympics
By being less than promised, the L.A. Games are just living up to Olympic tradition. Still, they should be a spectacle worthy even of their host city
Different Strokes One day soon Elizabeth Beisel, accomplished violinist and aquatic athlete, will have to make a tough decision
one instrument or sport--at the expense of the rest. For now the ... This summer, as a member of the Magnus Aquatic Group based in Attleboro, ...
Now Everyone Believes Him
It took a near-fatal stroke to convince doubters that Houston's J.R. Richard wasn't faking when he complained of arm troubles
The World Is Waiting
One year from the start of the 2016 Olympics, host Rio de Janeiro is pleased with its progress, but even as its scenic splendor and irrepressible spirit command attention, the city still has obstacles to overcome
SPORTS IN THE U.S.S.R.
On the pages following, a picture window is opened on a facet of life in the Soviet Union never before revealed in such detail. Photographer Jerry Cooke, a man ...
He Can Run, But He Can't Hide
The Bears' Walter Payton has trained prodigiously for the new season, but will probably take the same old pounding
Aquatic sports: In the Ryder Cup, Payne Stewart splashed his way toward 18; in Miami, E.J. Junior looked every bit a true dolphin.
AUSTRALIA TOES THE MARK
The General was mindful that in Melbourne, where there is a range of aquatic sports and more golf and tennis than in any American city of equal size, Americans ...
What's the Big Deal?
Supermodel Elle Macpherson can't understand what it is that others see in her