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COLOR PHOTOPhotograph by Fred VuichGood Looking Tiger Woods turned heads with his second shot on the 3rd hole at Baltusrol during the final round of the PGA Championship on Sunday. Woods finished two strokes back of Phil Mickelson, who won the second major of his career on Monday (page 40).FOUR COLOR PHOTOSPhotographs by Lenny Ignelzi/APCrash Course Mets outfielders Carlos Beltran and Mike Cameron kept their eyes on the ball last Thursday in San Diego--with disastrous results for Cameron, who needed surgery for a broken nose and cheekbonesCOLOR PHOTOPhotograph by Bob MartinDowntime Olga Kravtsova of Belarus tripped in the first heat of the 5,000 meters at the World Track and Field Championships (page 54) in Helsinki last week but got up and still qualified for the final. The gold medal was won by Tirunesh Dibaba (204) of Ethiopia, who became the only athlete in worlds history to win both the 5,000 and 10,000 meters.