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They Bought His Act Hook, Line and Sinker
When John Riggins said he wanted the ball in last year's NFL playoffs, the Redskins went along, and he reeled in the Super Bowl crown
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
A Vault Without Fault
The U.S. gymnastic teams almost always stuck it to their opponents as they stunningly leapt to the fore
Trying Hard to Go Nowhere
The Olympic Track and Field Trials led to a dead end, not to the Games in Moscow. Nevertheless, competitors like winning vaulter Tom Hintnaus gave golden performances
The Disciples of St. Darrell on a Wild Weekend
A portrait of Texas football fandom: There were four big games in three days and Longhorn rooter Joe Coffman had the time of his life
'He Was the Rock That This Community Was Built On'
In Parkersburg, Iowa, it was a high school coach who led the townspeople out of the rubble of a tornado, showed them how to live a Christian life and brought honor to a football field he mowed himself. What they can't understand is why Ed Thomas was gunned down by a former player
Remember His Name
Even as a boy Pat Tillman felt a destiny, a need to do the right thing whatever it cost him. When the World Trade Center was attacked on 9/11, he thought about what he had to do and then walked away from the NFL and became an Army Ranger ...
In late May, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson traveled to the Caribbean island of St. Kitts to be treated by his doctor, Jamie Astaphan. Ten days before, he had aggravated a pulled left hamstring, an injury that could ruin his gold medal chances at the Seoul Olympics. Astaphan administered a variety of therapies during the next 10 days. On Tuesday two sources told SPORTS ILLUSTRATED that Astaphan also injected Johnson with anabolic steroids.
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
No. 1 With An Arrow Mary Zorn has shot to the top in archery but must change disciplines to reach the Olympics
27, Mary Zorn noticed an unusual black dot in the center of the target. Puzzled, the American queried an ... By Lars Anderson. Oct. 13, 2003.