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CONTENTS

June 29, 1992
June 29, 1992

Table of Contents
June 29, 1992

XXV Olympic Games
Television
U.S. Open
Holyfield-Holmes
Herschel Walker
XXV Olympic Summer Games
Winfield
Games
XXV Olympic Game
Point After

CONTENTS

14
NO DAY AT THE BEACH
Tom Kite surmounted treacherous winds and other natural hazards to win the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach
BY JOHN GARRITY

This is an article from the June 29, 1992 issue

22
BORING, NOT BOXING
Evander Holyfield retained his heavyweight crown with a lackluster decision against Larry Holmes
BY PAT PUTNAM

26
'PLEASE, LET ME RUN'
Shunned by most teams in the NFL, Herschel Walker will now try to prove himself with the Eagles
BY JILL LIEBER

30
NO PAIN, NO SPAIN
In the opening days of the Olympic track and field trials, Carl Lewis failed to make the team in the 100
BY KENNY MOORE

38
BANG-BANG PLAY
The games were all close as Atlanta won three of four from Cincinnati in a National League West battle
BY HANK HERSCH

42
COMMANDANTE GARCIA
Mexican marathoner Salvador García has grandiose ideas—one of which is that he'll win at the Olympics
BY JOHN GARRITY

56
'I FEEL A WHOLE LOT BETTER'
Dave Winfield's long baseball career, beset by trouble and trauma, has taken a happy turn in Toronto
BY RICK REILLY

DEPARTMENTS

4
TELEVISION

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

50
BASEBALL

54
CYCLING

70
FOR THE RECORD

72
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN IACONO

PHOTOAL TIELEMANSA Real Trial: John Lieswyn of Gainesville, Fla., felt double agony at cycling's road-racing Olympic trials: the pain of total exertion and the greater pain of having failed to make the U.S. team for the Barcelona Games (page 54).