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Olympic Frames

March 02, 1992
March 02, 1992

Table of Contents
March 2, 1992

XVI Olympic Winter Games
San Antonio Spurs
Fay Vincent
Alonzo Mourning
Hockey
First Person
Update
Point After

Olympic Frames

A gallery of photographs captures the sweeping spectacle of the Albertville Games, from the loud garb of Czech skier Marian Bires to the quiet fire of the Olympic torch

This is an article from the March 2, 1992 issue

ARTUR DMITRIEV AND NATALIA MISHKUTIENOK OF THE UNIFIED TEAM SPUN GOLD IN THE PAIRS COMPETITION

WITH THE PEAKS OF LA PLAGNE AS A BACKDROP, FRANCE'S FR‚Äö√†√∂‚àö¢D‚Äö√†√∂‚àö¢RIC BERTRAND TOOK HIS RUN ON THE LUGE TRACK; SWEDISH SKI JUMPER PAR-INGE TALLBERG BLASTED OFF IN COURCHEVEL

ON THE FIRST WEEKEND OF THE GAMES, A FREESTYLE AERIALIST GOT GREAT HANG TIME DURING A PRACTICE LEAP

FINISHING WELL OFF THE PACE WERE THESE TWO-MAN SLEDDERS FROM THE VIRGIN ISLANDS, JOAN GUETSCHOW OF THE U.S. IN THE 7.5-KM BIATHLON AND AMERICA'S KRISTIN (CRASH) KRONE, WHO LIVED UP TO HER NICKNAME IN THE COMBINED

THE SCOREBOARD HADYET TO RECORD YURI KHMYLEV'S GOAL, THE FOURTH AGAINST U.S. NETMINDER RAY LEBLANC IN THE UNIFIED TEAM'S 5-2 SEMIFINAL ROUT EN ROUTE TO THE GOLD

ILLUSTRATIONPHOTOMIKE POWELL/ALLSPORTPHOTORICHARD MACKSONTHREE PHOTOSJOHN BIEVERTWO PHOTOSPASCAL RONDEAU/ALLSPORTPHOTOPATRICK PACHODPHOTONATHAN BILOW/ALLSPORTPHOTOWERNER RZEHACZEK/ALLSPORT