Air and Space
The Year in Sports 2006
The Year In Sports
From the rushing heroics of LaDainian Tomlinson, NFL star, to the rushing heroics of Kendric Smith, Arkansas schoolboy ... and everything else that made 2006 special
Too Good To Be True
Keeping track of all the miscreants in sports--from liquored-up trees to larcenous wideouts--is a dirty job, and nobody has to do it. But Steve Rushin did it anyway
The Game Of the Year
It happened on a Friday night in Lepanto, Ark. There were record-setting individual performances,exhausting swings of emotion and an unexpecteddose of national fame. Yet almost no one saw it
Farewell
In 2006, as in every year, the sports world lost some of its most beloved athletes and superlative characters, from golfing great Byron Nelson and Negro leagues legend Buck O'Neil to pioneering broadcaster Curt Gowdy and Roller Derby queen Ann Calvello
The Best of 2006
The Winner Within
After losing in the French Open, Roger Federer faced questions about his tactics--and his courage. No one's questioning him anymore
Major Swing Change
After Phil Mickelson reverted to his old ways on the 72nd hole at the U.S. Open, a heavyhearted Tiger Woods took charge of the season
A New Goal Standard
Capitals wing Alexander Ovechkin conjured up a score that left even the Great One awestruck and lifted the league with his gung-ho spirit
The Potshot Seen Round the World
From the World Cup to the Olympics, sports fans thrilled to a fateful headbutt, a refusal to fade away, a gracious response to adversity, a moving rescue and two courageous returns from injury
Inside
Life of Reilly
Departments
Good Knight
Like a certain controversial Texas Tech coach, Philadelphia U's Herb Magee is about to set a wins record. That's about all the two have in common
Gift Rapping
At this point in the season, it's all about clock management. SI's annual two-minute drill
Q&A Katie Hnida
The 25-year-old is the author of Still Kicking: My Journey As the First Woman to Play Division I College Football

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