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Theo Westenberger 1950--2008
THE FIRST photograph Theo Westenberger shot for SI was a 1986 portrait of Teresa Weatherspoon, Stacey Davis and the rest of Louisiana ...
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
18, 1964. DAN WEINER: July 29, Oct. 14, 1957; Feb. 10, Nov. 17, 1958. THEO WESTENBERGER: July 17, Nov. 6, 1989. FRANK WHITE: Aug.
The Mourning Anchor
Bryant Gumbel, NBC's Olympic host, is alone at the top—all alone with the memory of his father
The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
Theo Westenberger 3. Garry Winogrand 3. AFP/NY 2. Bruce Bennett 2. Harry Benson 2. Bettmann/Corbis 2. Larry Burrows 2. Steve Cadrain 2
Withering with Woods
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SI, March 12, 2007 Update
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A Hit Sequel
Tennessee's Candace Parker has topped last year's all-world season with a better one—and is SI's pick for women's POY
After a nearly career-ending decline, Steve Stricker used introspection and hard work—as well as a mirror—to recapture the success he experienced a decade ago
Once known for her highlight-reel crashes, Lindsey Vonn started relying more on technique than breakneck speed and developed into a dominant force on the World Cup circuit