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22 Valparaiso Thanks to Eastern Europe, Valpo could make a racket in the bracket at the NCAAs
Huddled in a corner of the Hoosier hoops heartland, Valparaiso has two Croats on its roster, matching its total of native. Indianans. The Crusaders also boast a ...
FURY FROM THE EAST
Little Poland had challenged the mighty U.S.S.R. for its hitherto undisputed soccer leadership of Eastern Europe—and the right to go to Stockholm for the finals ...
MANY HAPPY RETURNS
The 1989-90 season marks another return: For the first time in four years, Eastern Europe will be represented in the NBA, and this time the ...
History's New Imprint
At last, Sarajevo, site of the next Winter Olympics, will be known for something besides a 1914 murder
The Money Game
In the newly capitalist Czech Republic, golf is regaining its former luster
What's Wrong With This Picture?
Two of the NHL's biggest stars, Detroit's Sergei Fedorov and Chicago's Chris Chelios, are in it, and neither is Canadian
UNDER SUSPICION AFTER WINNING THREE GOLD MEDALS IN ATLANTA, IRISH SWIMMER MICHELLE SMITH SHOULD BE A BIG STAR--BUT TOO MANY PEOPLE BELIEVE THAT HER VICTORIES WERE DRUG-AIDED
"clinic" in Eastern Europe or an "academy in Moscow." Smith, who was presumably aware that some clinics in Eastern Europe and hospitals in Moscow have ...
The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
Feb 11, 2016 ... ... rap anthems in Eastern Europe and jersey shortages at the NBA Store. He learned enough Spanish that his teammates respected his effort if ...