12 All Out for Munich
That is, those who are in after the Olympic track and field trials—Jim Ryun and Bob Seagren, for example
This is an article from the July 17, 1972 issue
18 A Bedstead Beats the Ocean
One Frenchman aboard a gawky trimaran nipped another on an amazing schooner in a singlehanded sailing duel
20 ...And Bombers Hit the River
Upstart Bill Sterett Jr. brazenly drove his unlimited past undefeated Bill Muncey to cause waves in the hydro world
22 Salutes for a Corporal and a King
Stan and Billie Jean take home a majestic double victory in the singles at Wimbledon
28 After the Golden Moment
For some champions the Olympics have meant enduring fame, for others only the memory of an instant of glory
42 Trotting It Out in Style
At Grosbois, near Paris, harness horses enjoy a training establishment unique in its beauty and utility
62 Pack up Your Troubles
But don't cram your kit bag with creature comforts if you want an uplifting experience camping in the wilds
58 Motor Sports
75 For the Record
76 19th Hole
Credits on page 75
Cover photograph by Neil Leifer
With 165 bunkers and swirling winds, Scotland's elegant Muirfield lies in wait for Jack Nicklaus and his Grand Slam play. Dan Jenkins is there for Act III: The British Open.
The strange moves may be over, and then again they may be just beginning as Bobby and Boris get down to business at last in the world chess championship at Reykjavik.
Biggest wheel in European cycling is Belgium's Eddy Merckx, a vintage racer who ages his tires like rare wine. A profile of a man who is seeking his fourth Tour de France win.