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Sept. 12, 2005
Sept. 12, 2005

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Sept. 12, 2005

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
CATCHING UP WITH
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Letter from the Editor
AIR AND SPACE
SI Players: Life On and Off the Field
SI Players
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Special Report: Hurricane Katrina
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  • The U.S. beat Mexico and, thanks to the leadership of Landon Donovan, qualified for the World Cup with ease

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Inside Out

NEWS AND NOTES FROM THE WORLD OF ADVENTURE SPORTS

Edited by Yi-Wyn Yen

August 10

This is an article from the Sept. 12, 2005 issue Original Layout

A Pakistani army helicopter rescued Slovenian climber Tomaz Humar (center) off Nanga Parbat. Trying a new solo route, Humar, 36, got caught in a storm for six days on a ledge at nearly 20,000 feet.

September 10

Ricky Carmichael (left) will close the AMA Motocross series with his sixth title. The sport's biggest wheel rolls into the 12th and final round in San Bernardino, Calif., with 11 straight wins.

October 8

The world's top amateur surfers, including Bethany Hamilton (left), hit the O.C. for the World Juniors in Huntington Beach.

October 9

Red Bull's premier kiteboarding event, King of the Air, will end after a seven-year run in Maui.

October 13

The Dew Action Sports Tour finishes its five-stop inaugural season in Orlando with X Games gold medalist Paul Rodriguez (above) skating for a podium finish.

PHOTONOAH HAMILTON (HAMILTON)PHOTOLAUREUS/GETTY IMAGES (KITEBOARDER)PHOTOLARRY LAWRENCE/AP(CARMICHAEL)PHOTOTONY DONALDSON/ICON SMI (RODRIGUEZ)PHOTOT.MUGHAL/EPA (HUMAR)MAP