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BICYCLE RACE? C'EST LA GUERRE!
The Tour de France is one part Gallic excitability and another part madness.
A LAB DISCOVERY NOT INTENDED FOR SPORTS
Blood boosting in sport was all but unheard of until 1972, when Dr. Bjâˆšâˆ‚rn Ekblom of Stockholm's Institute of Gymnastics and Sports ...
The Zinger was a real humdinger
Over the Colorado mountains, across the valleys and into exhaustion, the cyclists found that eight days and 600 miles of agony aren't everybody's cup of tea
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Midnight Riders The 24 Hours of Snowshoe featured plenty of draining climbs andnasty crashes --Kid Rock Chris McNamara, 22, is staking his ...
Questions For Tom Watson
It took three extra holes, but Tom Watson beat Des Smyth to win his second Senior British Open in Scotland
JUST ABOUT every other year a little-known golfer grabs the first-round lead--or at least a share of it--at the British Open. It's happened 10 ...
Webb Lives Up To His Potential Next Great U.S. Miler
After he broke the high school mile record three years ago, Alan Webb was propped up as the budding star who could revive interest in track ...
Where Have All the Windsurfers Gone?A struggling sport searches for a second wind --To Air Is HumanJari Kuosma's BirdMan suit shows that ...
PAT ON THE BACK
ROBBIE BARDFor three years, 14-year-old Robbie Bard of Annandale-on- Hudson, N.Y. has been 1) tying trout flies and 2) enraging adult fishermen in the area.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS THE U.S. ISN'T COMPETING IN EVERY EVENT--IT JUST SEEMS THAT WAY
Made wrong turn somewhere. Landed in Georgia World CongressCenter. Walked and walked, funneled along with crowd. Landedinside Hall ...