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Code of Honor
Pat Tillman may have died in the Middle East last week because it was the only place on earth where he could get a good night's sleep.
Whatever Happened To The White Athlete?
Unsure Of His Place In A Sports World Dominated By Blacks Who Are Hungrier, Harder-Working And Perhaps Physiologically Superior, The Young White Male Is Dropping Out Of The Athletic Mainstream To Pursue Success Elsewhere
A mere 15, the precocious Eldrick (Tiger) Woods is already stalking the pros
A Different Drummer
After years of moody introspection, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is coming out of his shell. But whether at home, as here, or on a basketball court or in a roller disco, he still steps to the music he hears
From the Near East to the Far West
The Arabian is now a popular U.S. breed and his own show is a first-rate affair
The Toughest Coach There Ever Was
He was the football coach there, for East Mississippi Junior College, ruling ..... A lot of times he would tear off his coat in the middle of a game, ...
A Coach Unbalanced
Once the youngest college basketball coach in the country, 33-year-old Chris Craig suffers from a mental illness that has distances him from the family and robbed him of the game he loved.
And yet they're bombarded with the same cultural apparatus that the white middle class is. They don't have the means to attain the things ...
CALL IT THE SPORT OF SHEIKHS
... Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai buying up the U.S.'s finest thoroughbreds, the sport of kings has taken on a Middle Eastern flavor.
One Hellenic Situation Sinking boats, 60,000 stray dogs and protesting hookers: With the Olympics less than a year away, Athens has a lot of work to do
you have [Greek] islands near the Middle East." One can only hope potential troublemakers fare no better than the first wave of visiting athletes.