All Martin Kane Stories
A HEAVY LOSS TO A LIGHT HEAVY
Vicente Rondon was the light-heavyweight champion (two pounds overweight) and so was Bob Foster. So the pair had it out in Miami, and after two terrified rounds Rondon (above) was out for good
THE WORLD CHAMPION NOBODY KNOWS
Joe Frazier plans to beat Bob Foster next week, and then Muhammad Ali, and then retire to his life's goal: oblivion
WELCOME BACK, ALI!
Overweight and undertrained, Muhammad still looked mighty good as he returned to action in Atlanta and worked up a sweat against three sparring partners. He could quickly get ready for the real thing
AN ASSESSMENT OF 'BLACK IS BEST'
Is the black athlete a long stride better than his white counterpart? And if not, what accounts for the immense success of the black in American sport during the past two decades? Scientists are searching for the answers to such questions and, as they probe for true racial distinctions, fascinating theories have evolved, many of them controversial