Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
ROCKET WOMAN
SHE HAS AN OLYMPIC MEDAL AND A DEGREE IN AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, BUT TRIATHLETE SUSAN WILLIAMS IS STILL SHOOTING FOR THE STARS
Truckin'
Catharina Berge says she's ready to go the distance in the Race Across America
New Wave
San Diego's Wave House, a man-made surfer's paradise, offers boarders a place to hang out--and a fresh way to hang ten
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
Open on The Brink
A year after "losing" Shinnecock, an unrepentant USGA unveiled a new setup paradigm at Pinehurst: Take the course to the edge early in the week and keep it there
Cooked Goose
The Open was Retief Goosen's to lose, and thanks largely to a balky putter, the two-time champion obliged with a colossal collapse
Port in a Storm
Dogged by controversy in Europe, Colin Montgomerie, the player U.S. fans have always loved to hate, found welcome refuge at Pinehurst
Soldiering On
The game and the armed services have a long, intertwined history, especially in Pinehurst, where nearby military courses wait for the players to return
My Shot
After a pair of rounds with Michelle Wie, I'm in the market for Masters tickets
LETTERS
AIR AND SPACE
SCORECARD
SI Players: Life on and off the field
SI Players
SI PLAYERS
All Over the Map
Eagles linebacker Dhani Jones didn't go to Disney World after Super Bowl XXXIX (after all, Philly lost), but he has gone just about everywhere else
U.S. Open
Kiwi Surprise
Battling the Pinehurst course while holding off Tiger Woods, New Zealand's Michael Campbell won the U.S. Open--and couldn't believe it himself
NBA Finals
Very Marvelous Marvin
In 19-year-old former Tar Heel Marvin Williams, the draft has a top pick who seems too good to be true--both on the court and off
A Glimpse at Who's Next
Ian Thomsen predicts that a handful of high schoolers (five) and a flock of foreigners (eight) will be taken in the first round on June 28
Baseball
Sweet Dreams in St. Louis
The Cardinals are running away with their division, just like last year. They intend to be in the World Series, just like last year. But this time, they're built to win it
BOXING
Jermaine Ewell
Saved by Sports
Fourteen years ago a high school junior named Jermaine Ewell was beaten into a coma by a former schoolmate and his crew. Both the victim and his assailant were athletes, and that was the key to Ewell's survival--and, in the end, to his attacker's redemption
Inside
Inside Track and Field
Slow Motion
At this week's U.S. championships, a struggling Marion Jones hopes to regain her speed--and her good name
Inside Baseball
Single-minded
Ichiro Suzuki's average fell 63 points, but he remained confident and is beginning to show signs of his old self
LIFE OF REILLY
Departments
Ivy Leaguer
What can we learn from an anthropologist who studied Cubs fans? That there is no telling why some teams are more fascinating than others

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