Feb. 06, 1984
Feb. 06, 1984

Table of Contents
Feb. 6, 1984

Record Jump
Slam Dunk
Winter Olympics
Scott Hamilton
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


18 A Long Jump That'll Be Remembered
With his back to the wall, Carl Lewis electrified the Millrose Games with a world indoor record leap of 28'10¼"
by Craig Neff

This is an article from the Feb. 6, 1984 issue Original Layout

22 He May Have Saved the Best for Last
After 42 years and 713 victories, retiring DePaul coach Ray Meyer was 16-0 with a team that simply refuses to quit
by Curry Kirkpatrick

26 This Was Some Kind of Jam Session
When it came to throwing it down in the NBA Slam-Dunk Championship, no one had better stuff than Larry Nance
by Anthony Cotton

34 Winter Olympic Preview

The U.S. team in Sarajevo could be America's best ever
by William Oscar Johnson

Bill Koch is again the sole U.S. cross-country ski threat
by Kenny Moore

Kerry Lynch gives America a rare star in a very odd event
by Bob Ottum

A German-speaking Italian luger is hotter than a pistol
by Robert Sullivan

Speed skater Karin Enke is East Germany's Golden Girl
by Anita Verschoth

Yugoslavs will be cheering for "their" skier, Bojan Križaj
by William Oscar Johnson

SI's Olympic expert forecasts who will win all 117 medals
by Anita Verschoth

88 Wow! Power
A sure bet for gold is U.S. figure skater Scott Hamilton, who plans to knock over the judges with a knockout routine
by Bob Ottum


13 Scorecard
62 TV/Radio
80 College Basketball
111 For the Record
113 19th Hole

Credits on page 111

Cover photograph by Manny Millan

PHOTOLEADING OFF: World figure skating champion Scott Hamilton may be going for the gold at the Sarajevo Olympics, but he already has the silver, thanks to the four video games he owns in Denver with his coach.