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They've Stroked Their Way to L.A.
Three world and five American records tumbled as 43 swimmers gained Olympic berths at the U.S. trials
It wasn't a Fluke. It was a Flutie
Doug Flutie arched a last-second pass into the heavens that gave BC—ho-hum—another miracle win
Back Home Again in Indiana
Larry Bird, bored by retirement and all but ignored in Boston, has returned to impart his expertise and homey Hoosier virtues as coach of the Pacers
Is Baseball in the Asterisk Era?
New questions about steroids have cast doubt on the legitimacy of the game's power-hitting records
"I've done everything I could to push myself, sometimes too hard. Right now, I'm doing everything. THERE'S NOTHING I CAN'T DO."
Exuding confidence in his surgically rebuilt left knee, the Patriots' Tom Brady is so anxious to play again that he looks forward to the grind of two-a-days
Somebody Up There May Be Listening
After three straight defeats the beleaguered—but very determined—Gerry Faust of Notre Dame got a big win at LSU
As Always, a Man of Principle
Anguished by the dissolution of his marriage and nettled by scoffers at his ideals, Steve Garvey soldiers on
A Player For The Ages
Boston's Larry Bird, in what may be his finest season, gets Red Auerbach's vote—over Bill Russell—as the best ever
Sharp As Ever
Compelled by a hard-edged New England work ethic, the White Sox' Carlton Fisk is, at the age of 42, still a cut or two above other catchers