CONTENTS

July 12, 1992

12
AGASSI AND ECSTASY
Andre Agassi embodied substance over style in winning at Wimbledon for his first Grand Slam championship
BY CURRY KIRKPATRICK

20
DOUBLE DEALING
After Quebec twice traded ice hockey phenom Eric Lindros, an arbitrator awarded him to Philly
BY E. M. SWIFT

24
INTO A GOLDEN STATE
Our intrepid scribe's visits to all of California's major league ballparks gave him license to celebrate
BY STEVE RUSHIN

30
DAN AND DAVE (CONT.)

With Dan O'Brien no longer in the picture, Dave Johnson's Olympic decathlon hopes are golden indeed
BY MERRELL NODEN

Despite failing to succeed at the U.S. track and field trials, Dan O'Brien remains a big hero back home
BY MERRELL NODEN

38
A NEW BLUE YONDER
Former Air Force jet pilot Chad Hennings is readying himself for a new mission, with the Dallas Cowboys
BY JILL LIEBER

42
A GRIPPING TALE
The accidental discovery of a two-seam changeup has made Atlanta's Tom Glavine baseball's best pitcher
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

46
SOVIET DISUNION
The sudden breakup of the U.S.S.R. is playing havoc with a formerly most formidable sports machine and its athletes
BY E. M. SWIFT AND JEFF LILLEY

54
BABASHOFF AND ENDER
At the 1976 Olympics an East German swimmer swamped a top American. But had she used steroids?
BY KENNY MOORE

DEPARTMENTS

4
TELEVISION

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

50
BASEBALL

70
FOR THE RECORD

72
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY CARYN LEVY

PHOTOBILL BALLENBERGMaking a Splash: Eric Lindros, who's so good on frozen water that two NHL teams traded for him, shows that he's not too shabby on the liquid kind, near his parents' vacation house on Ontario's Georgian Bay (page 20).

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