Showing 1 - 10 of 2090 Stories for Douglas Edwards
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
A Different Drummer
After years of moody introspection, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is coming out of his shell. But whether at home, as here, or on a basketball court or in a roller disco, he still steps to the music he hears
It Was a Terrific Homecoming
Ending a six-year exile from the Mets, Tom Seaver delighted an Opening Day crowd by pitching six strong innings in a 2-0 win over Philadelphia
Thunder from the Sea
Every winter huge swells roll across the Pacific to Oahu to create the Banzai Pipeline—magnificent tunnels of roaring water that are surfing's greatest challenge
Three teams emerging from the Final Four in New Orleans will be singing the blues, leaving one atop the charts. Who? The cool Cats of Kentucky
Surfer Phil Edwards tells how to ride a curl, cure complexes and lock in on life
Phil Edwards is 28 years old, blond and barrel-chested. He lives in southern California with Heidi, his 97-pound Hawaiian born wife, in a house overlooking ...
On the beam at the young folks' home
The Olympic hope of Olympia Manor, Pauline Litowsky is, at 16, the most accomplished of all the athletes in residence at Coach Vannie Edwards' live-in training establishment
Going For Three
A gold medal winner on U.S. teams in '84 and '88, Teresa Edwards hopes to bring home yet another Olympic title
Chargers linebacker Donnie Edwards SI: Favorite nonfootball website? Edwards: bobmarley.com. SI: Most interesting piece of information you saw on the ...
When The Cheers Turned To Tears
That cocaine could cripple an athlete's career was well established. Then came sudden, shocking proof that it can kill, too—even the young and strong. Don Rogers, a Cleveland Browns defensive back, was buried last Thursday—another cocaine casualty in sports, just eight days after basketball star Len Bias took a fatal dose of the same drug. Here are one man's reflections on those events.