Showing 1 - 10 of 101 Stories for Brian Lanker
Now, More Than Ever, A Winner
For 20 years of enduring excellence and a championship season that ranks among his greatest, SI honors Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with the traditional amphora given the Sportsman of the Year
Dean Smith: 1997 Sportsman of the Year
Fanfare For An Uncommon Man: He became the winningest college basketball coach of all time and capped an exemplary career with a graceful retirement. For all that we honor North Carolina's Dean Smith
Page 168-HANDS: Brian Lanker. AUSTIN AND GRAF: Paul Zimmerman. E.T.: Neal Peters Collection. SAMPSON AND EWING: Manny Millan.
Viewing THE MASTERS With A New Eye
Everyone has seen the tournament on televisionâ€”the golfers and the galleries, the floral finery. In these pages Brian Lanker has brought a ...
Chillin’ With The Fridge
He was the biggest of big stars for the Super Bowl-Shuffling Chicago Bears. So you’d think it would have been difficult for William Perry to leave it all behind. Nope. He's a brick-layin’, bass-hookin’ picture of contentment
The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
Robert Beck 18. Bill Frakes 18. Eric Schweikardt 17. Brian Lanker 16. Jay Maisel 16. Michael O'Neill 16. Tony Tomsic 15. Herb Scharfman 14
Paulina Porizkova has graced SI's swimsuit issue six times,twice appearing on the cover, with gratifying results. "Shedoesn't have a bad angle," ...
How does a man who'd rather be roping cattle than standing in the spotlight build the most brilliant World Series pitching résumé in history? A lethal fastball helps, and the Giants' ace finds inner strength by never straying too far from home
A Dodo In Name Only
Nobody has won anywhere near as many U.S. national tennis titles as Dodo Cheney, one canny old bird on the court and at the poker table
Sportsmen of the Year 1954-2002
1954. ROGER BANNISTER With love, to Sir Roger, history's first sub-four-minute miler. 1955. JOHNNY PODRES Brooklyn lefty gives ...