Christie Brinkley, decked out in a suit by Gottex, explores the British Virgins.
Aboard a cutter, Christie shows her stripes in a Lycra maillot by Head Ski and sportswear.
After the Gossamer Albatross flew the English Channel, its engine, Bryan Allen (below, left), was agog over his historic feat.
Bowdoin's Joan Benoit rests under her laurels after finishing the Boston Marathon in 2:35:15, a U.S. mark for women.
March 13, 1980
Trevor Whymark had something to shout about after his team beat the Cosmos and Tampa Bay for the NASL title.
The police had Bill Rodgers under protective custody as he copped a third Boston Marathon.
Winner Tenacious fought through the terrifying sea that claimed 15 lives in the Fastnet Race.
Mark Gottlieb pooled his talents to play Handel's "Water Music," bowing to no one in making a Guinness mark.