Showing 1 - 10 of 173 Stories for Kenny Moore
It Was Just Another Mary Chase
Mary Decker Tabb celebrated her homecoming by entering a 10,000—and set her seventh world record of 1982
Arkansas track coach John McDonnell also runs beef cattle on a 1500-acre spread beside Grand Lake o' the Cherokees in Oklahoma, about ...
HE'S A PERFECT 10
Four years ago, on the seventh day of the Moscow Olympics, it seemed Daley Thompson of Great Britain had the decathlon won with one event, the 1500 meters ...
THE WAY IT MUST BE
Athletes are seldom conspicuous by their absence. There are always hundreds more ready to rush into any vacuum. So the U.S.S.R.-led boycott hasn't wrecked ...
A MAN WREATHED IN GLORY
A visitor is running with a bunch of strange men through a strange forest. His impressions are of modest effort beneath pines, over sandy, moist ground.
HOT TIMES IN A NORTHERN CLIME
Billy Mills and Bob Schul, those two distinguished American Olympic champions, sat, more pressed together than they really cared to be, in the stands at Oslo's ...
Triumph And Tragedy In Los Angeles
Epitomizing victory was Carl Lewis with four gold medals. In stark contrast was Mary Decker
A GENTLE RADICAL WHO RUNS SCARED
Bill Rodgers' marathons go one of two ways. He wins without distress, finishing minutes ahead of the best runners in the world, as he did at ...
Fast Finish To A Long Summer
Sydney Maree had struggled since June, but at Cologne he finally let go—and broke the world 1,500 mark