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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
Heaven Sent Nearly 30 years after Steve Prefontaine's death, his gritty spirit still inspires runners, especially at the Pre Classic in Eugene
Dyrol Burleson, Wade Bell, Arne Kvalheim, even Kenny Moore. It took that tradition to lure Prefontaine 109 miles from his home in Coos Bay to ...
John Hannah Doesn't Fiddle Around
At least not on the football field, where, says the author, his brains, brawn and speed have made him the top offensive lineman in NFL history
GETUP AND GO
By Kenny Moore. July 25, 1988. View Cover. View Cover. July 25, 1988. ,. Original Layout. For the quarterfinals, the lady wore purple. As she ...
The Eternal Example
Arthur Ashe epitomizes good works, devotion to family and unwavering grace under pressure
A COURAGEOUS STAND
A COURAGEOUS STAND. In '68, Olympians Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists for racial justice. By Kenny Moore. Aug. 05, 1991.
The U.S. men's basketball team was as good as promised. But will such talent ever come together again? Dream on
A Long Run Gets Longer
Francie Larrieu Smith, who burst onto the world track scene in 1969, is now 39 and has made her fifth U.S. Olympic team-this time as a marathon hopeful
A Scream And A Prayer
Politics and religion are inseparable from sport in the lives of Algeria's world-champion runners, Noureddine Morceli and Hassiba Boulmerka
Right on for Roberto
Implacable and totally relentless in pursuit of Sugar Ray Leonard, Duran bludgeoned and bruised his way to the welterweight title