A look at other action in Seoul
A spectator watching baseball finds that one need not be a competitor to sense the Olympic experience.
In late May, Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson traveled to the Caribbean island of St. Kitts to be treated by his doctor, Jamie Astaphan. Ten days before, he had aggravated a pulled left hamstring, an injury that could ruin his gold medal chances at the Seoul Olympics. Astaphan administered a variety of therapies during the next 10 days. On Tuesday two sources told SPORTS ILLUSTRATED that Astaphan also injected Johnson with anabolic steroids.
By beating Pitt, West Virginia proved it's for real
The network avoids chauvinism in its Olympic coverage