Showing 1 - 10 of 100 Stories for Archery
She started at the top
Through two unprecedented years, Nancy Vonderheide has been a champion who could not lose. Now she faces the ultimate test
Some atomic scientists got together and went happily back to the bow and arrow
They combined their findings in a rough sketch and handed it to Harold Groves, a local toolmaker who made archery equipment as a hobby. Although skeptical ...
Gloves to improve your game
Hands that froze, chafed and bled will be safe from harm, and sportsmen will better their performance as stretch and leather combine in sporting handwear
BAN THESE GAMES
Archery. The other day Jim Easton, a U.S. representative of the. IOC and the president of FITA (archery's international governing body): "It's ...
Rammed amidships and overrun by a 16-foot outboard at St. Petersburg, Fla., Guy Sutton (left) and his wife Carol are pinned against the sides of their runabout.
(2 p.m.) Stone Mountain Archery Center. WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL Pick: Natalia Valeeva, Moldova. BADMINTON (2) (9 a.m.) Georgia State ...
Fast finish at 17
Youngest of an outstanding group of U.S. backstrokers, Bob Bennett is moving steadily toward his ultimate goal—a world record and an Olympic gold medal
Events and Discoveries of the Week
SPY STORY For weeks, National Leaguers had known that Charley Dressen's Milwaukee Braves were extraordinarily gifted at guessing what pitch was coming ...
THE SAD, BAD GIANTS
These are the prime reasons for the decline of major league baseball's most baffling and most disappointing team—