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A Game with Tea Breaks
Ten years ago cricket was an exotic fringe sport in the U.S. But thanks to a surge of new immigrants--and to elite players who follow the money and go to bat for more than one team--it's coming to a field near you
Desert Star Human running machine Hicham El Guerrouj, world-record holder for the mile and the 1,500, is a towering figure in Morocco and a prohibitive favorite to win the Olympic gold medal
We set out, photojournalist Simon Bruty and I, in search of aspecter: the Last Unspoiled Athlete on Earth. Part Woodward andBernstein, part Stanley and ...
Master Builder Jerry West - The Agony Of Victory
What would possess the man who assembled the championship Lakers to abandon L.A. and move to Memphis to run the toothless Grizzlies? The answer lies inside the head of sports' most talented and tortured executive
Frank Hall, American Hero
In February 2012 a beloved football assistant faced down a killer in the midst of a school shooting. His courage that day saved lives and earned him the undying gratitude of his community. But while he and the town were changed forever, the culture of gun violence was not. Do you remember Chardon, Ohio?
The Ultimate Teammate
The Super Bowl rings are nice, but his greatest achievement grows out of a generosity of spirit that makes him a leader in the toughest times
PROSTHETICS: BETWEEN MAN AND MACHINE
Inspired by young wounded veterans, federally funded labs are creating artificial limbs that may soon blur the distinction between disabled and ...
The Rehabilitation of Carson Palmer
FOUR MONTHS INTO A GRUELING REHAB OF HIS DEVASTATED LEFT KNEE, THE YOUNG BENGALS QB IS IN A RACE AGAINST HIMSELF--TO BE READY FOR THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ON OPENING DAY
A Gringo's Game
He blends Latino creativity with European discipline—and even more important, Clint Dempsey "tries s---." Could the hard-edged, risk-taking Texan come to embody (finally) the American way to play?
America's One The best sailor in the U.S., Paul Cayard, may have mellowed some, but he's applying his trademark intensity to bringing home the America's Cup
This is Paul Cayard's vision: A quarter of a million people havetheir eyes turned toward the huge natural amphitheater that isSan Francisco Bay ...