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Why Don't More Athletes Take a Stand?
PARDON ME, I'd like to interrupt your regularly scheduled programming and introduce you to America's rarest athlete: Wonman Joseph ...
Since 1896, the U.S. has sent more than 9,000 athletes to the Winter and Summer Games. As illustrated by this map, which breaks down where those competitors were born by county per capita, every state has made a measurable contribution
DOC KERLAN: Rx FOR ATHLETES
He nurtured Sandy Koufax's arthritic elbow through a couple of extra seasons, repaired Wilt Chamberlain's torn knee and made it possible for Bill Shoemaker to get back in the saddle again. His own disabling illness defies all his medical skills, a fact that singularly fails to quash his spirit
Passion Plays A growing number of coaches are falling in love with--and sometimes marrying--athletes they train. Some of these relationships succeed. Others disrupt careers or leave teammates stumbling over hidden obstacles
Passion Plays A growing number of coaches are falling in love with--and sometimes marrying--athletes they train. Some of these relationships ...
ATHLETES VS. ALTITUDE
At Mexico City, competitors in the Pan-American Games met an unexpected foe. In the rarefied air 7600 feet above sea level, they are being felled by anoxia.
Delusions of Grandeur
Young blacks must be taught that sports are not the only avenues of opportunity
ATHLETES LOOKING BACK
After they were picked by the judges, the Silver Anniversary squad of 1956 filled out a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED questionnaire. This was designed, not so much ...
SUPPOSE FULLY CLOTHED ATHLETES HAD TO INTERVIEW NAKED SPORTSWRITERS
Writers rushed into steamy locker rooms after games, with notebooks and/or tape recorders at the ready, to confront tired, naked athletes.
The 50 Greatest Sports Figures From South Dakota
There's a difference between loyalty to the home team--athletes imported to play for our local colleges and pro franchises--and the deep ...
Wow! For 17 days the athletes of these Games have made you cheer and cry, gasp and gulp, and by now you're sure you've seen it all. But we're equally sure that you've never seen the athletes the way our photographers saw them--from impossible angles, at i
Wow! For 17 days the athletes of these Games have made you cheer and cry, gasp and gulp, and by now you're sure you've seen it all.