VIVE LEMOND! 12
In a gutty final-day effort, Greg LeMond of the U.S. came from 50 seconds behind to win the Tour de France
by Franz Lidz

THE BEATINGS GO ON 18
Mike Tyson-quickly knocked out another hapless victim, and now a megabuck battle is in the champ's future
by Pat Putnam

HIGH NOON AT TROON 20
Mark Calcavecchia outdueled Greg Norman and Wayne Grady in a playoff to prevail in a torrid British Open
by Rick Reilly

A TEAM THAT'S HARD TO TOP 28
Things are looking up for the division-leading Expos, their balky Olympic Stadium top notwithstanding
by Peter Gammons

A VACATION FROM A VACATION 32
After driving 3,000 miles, the travelers decided to take a break in a fun-filled town in western South Dakota
by Jack McCallum

THE ICEMAN COMETH 40
Will Steger led a historic expedition to the North Pole in 1986. Now he is off on a dogsled trek across Antarctica
by Robert Sullivan

BEST LITTLE BALLPARK ANYWHERE 58
Travel with us to Kokernot Field, where small-town baseball has been elevated to a work of fine art
by Nicholas Dawidoff

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 7
Inside Baseball 48
Track & Field 55
Tennis 56
For The Record 74
Point After 76

Cover Photograph by J.Y. Ruszniewski/AGENCE TEMPSPORT

PHOTOMANNY MILLANGUESS WHO?: Heavyweight champ Mike Tyson again had a shockingly easy fight, against Carl Williams, but, as usual, there was one guy who nonetheless found the bout hair-raising (page 18).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)