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Match Maker
Geoff (Not Joe) Ogilvy (Not Ogilvie) Finally Makes a Name for Himself with a Grueling Victory at La Costa
Pit Stop
Like many other Tour pros, Adam Scott followed a Match Play week tradition by dropping in on his clubmaker's West Coast test facility for an early-season tuneup
Air and Space
SI Players: Life On and Off The Field
2006 Olympics Turin
That's the Spirit!
Fighting off the doldrums, Julia Mancuso attacked the giant slalom and won gold, bringing some luster to a much-maligned U.S. team
Silver Lining
Her gold medal chances ended with two early stumbles, but the way Sasha Cohen bounced back gives her something to build on
Swede Success
After an easy route to the finals, the Swedes won--and celebrated--gold medals that they wrested from their Nordic neighbors
The Best & Worst
The enduring images from Turin include America's most generous winner and a naked man doing the rubber-chicken circuit
Pro Basketball
The Past Is History
Forget every nasty crack you've ever heard about the Clippers. Led by All-Star forward Elton Brand, the team once known as the worst franchise in sports is erasing decades of futility
Baseball
Global Warming
Because of the timing, the World Baseball Classic may get a cool reception in the U.S., but MLB is looking to capitalize on the big picture-and interest abroad is heating up
College Basketball Poll
Jewel of a Duel
Linked at the top of the scoring race and the AP poll, shooting stars Adam Morrison of Gonzaga and J.J. Redick of Duke can't both be the best in college basketball.  Or can they?  SI's panel of players answers this question and others
The College Basketball Poll
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Sports Mecca
Eager to show an appealing face to the West, Dubai discovers tennis, golf and horse racing