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Aug. 30, 2004
Aug. 30, 2004

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Aug. 30, 2004

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
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2004 Olympics
BASEBALL
Tennis
  • Jimbo 82

    In 1974 Jimmy Connors ignited a tennis boom with his wicked metal racket, his storybook romance, his vulgar antics and his renegade behavior. Thirty years later he still thumbs his nose at the game's establishment

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THE MONTH AHEAD

SEPT. 5

This is an article from the Aug. 30, 2004 issue Original Layout

Waikiki Roughwater Swim

With hundreds of flailing limbs splashing in your face, this 2.4mile ocean race should be good practice for the swim leg at October's Ironman Triathlon World Championship.

SEPT. 10

Boost Mobile Pro

Held in Lower Trestles, Calif., this is the WCT tour's only stop on the U.S. mainland. After four of nine events, Andy Irons (right) leads Kelly Slater by 1,500 points.

SEPT. 11

Odyssey Off-Road Triathlon

Last year Kristin Eddy of Reston, Va., led all finishers--men and women--to take the overall title in this Ironman-distance event run through Virginia's Allegheny Mountains.

SEPT. 15

Gravity Games

Some 130 skaters, BMXers and freestyle motocrossers will converge in Cleveland for this action-sports extravaganza. The Outdoor Life Network will offer 17 hours of coverage of the games' five days.

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