SI Adventure
WHO OWNS THIS WAVE?
FREE ACCESS OR RESORT GUESTS ONLY? A SLICE OF PERFECT SURF A MILE OFF TINY TAVARUA ISLAND IN FIJI UNDERSCORES THE SPORT'S CRUCIAL DEBATE
Who Owns This Snow?
A members-only resort in Montana offers skiers a mountain of fresh powder and uncrowded runs--for a mountainous price
Surf Docs
Some totally board-certified physicians pitch in on earthquake relief in the Pacific
The 411
The lowdown on how seven pro skaters made those over-the-top basketball shots in an amazing video on the Web
Blind Ambition
He has lost his sight and endured a litany of horrific injuries, but triathlete Bobby McMullen is still going full-speed ahead
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
UP & DOWN
He's back and so is Mother Nature, but Jack is out. Here's the real Masters scorecard
Women's Work
Part swing coach, part second mother, Pam Barnett finally made it to the Masters with her longtime student Ted Purdy
My Shot
Lee Elder integrated the Masters 30 years ago, but not everyone is celebrating
AIR AND SPACE
SI Players
THE MASTERS
Perfect Pitch
With a monumental chip shot that highlighted a Sunday charge, Tiger Woods fought off Chris DiMarco to win his fourth Masters and prove—again—he is No. 1
BASEBALL
Getting Edgy At Wrigley
After two straight disappointing finishes by the Cubs, the confines aren't so friendly anymore. North Siders have had their fill of lovable losers
Baseball
South Side Story
The White Sox have a championship drought--but not the legacy of a curse--to match their Windy City brethren
Pro Basketball
Boxing
The Shadow Boxer
Emile Griffith beat Kenny (Kid) Paret to death in the ring after Paret called him queer. That was 43 years ago. He's still struggling to come to grips with it. So are we
Inside
Inside Horse Racing
In and Out
Bellamy Road became the top Derby contender with a romp in the Wood, but a filly's dream ended at Santa Anita
Inside Baseball
Star Search
The Astros gave rookie Willy Taveras first crack at replacing Carlos Beltran, and he's off to a fast start at the plate
Inside The NBA
Just Rewards
A couple of newcomers from UConn and a big (and familiar) face are among our year-end award winners
Inside College Football
Trojan Spring
An exodus of topflight assistants has forced national champ USC to adjust to a radically rebuilt coaching staff
LIFE OF REILLY
Departments
Spring Cleaning
Baylor's women's basketball team lifted up a town and restored the luster to a school tarnished by scandal. Just call them the Good News Bears