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Bigger Than Ever
Even at 154 pounds, Manny Pacquiao showed that his capacity for destruction knows no weight limit
In a rematch neither could afford to lose, Winky Wright retained his titles, and Shane Mosley remained in a tailspin
Ten Burning Memories
Sports Illustrated writers recall the moments that moved them most In the sports year past.
12 Drew Bledsoe
HE'S PRETTY cool, this guy Bledsoe. He's 6 ft. 5 in., 230 pounds,and he stands in the pocket, head on a swivel, patting the ball theway you ...
Can the Caps cut it for once?
A playoff patsy so far, Washington has become a better balanced club
Alltime Best For Illinois's top 50 homegrown sports figures, go to SI.com/50
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Track athlete The East St. Louis native won six Olympic medals--three of them gold--in the heptathlon and long jump ...
Remembering Mark McCormack
Sifting through the massive folder of biographical material on Mark McCormack, the sports superagent who died last Friday at age 72, I came ...
Mad Dash To The Finish The A's and the Cubs are SI's picks to win the wild cards
On Labor Day 17 major league teams were either leading their divisions or were no more than four games out of a spot in the postseason.
PUTTING THE PAY ON TOP OF THE TABLE IS BOUND TO PAY OFF IN SKIING WINS
World-class ski racing is probably the most lucrative of all amateur sports. It certainly has been the most hypocritical in its system of paying its ...