Showing 1 - 10 of 90 Stories for Buenos Aires
'GOT TO GET TO RIO'
From Buenos Aires to Rio, as the sea lanes go, it is 1,200 miles—and a more capital course for a midwinter ocean race would be hard to find. So on January 18, ...
Don't Cry For Them, Argentina
Guillermo Vilas and Jose-Luis Clerc do not shed a tear for each other, but they sent the U.S. Davis Cuppers home weeping
BACK FROM EXILE
But last week, in the midst of a winter wind that lifted tiles off the stadium roof of the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club, America's brand-new ticket ...
PAMPAS BULL WHO'S SWEET AS SUGAR
Rivers were out of their banks surrounding the city of Santa Fe, 240 miles northwest of Buenos Aires. A cold wind blew across brown ponds that ...
GETTING A HANDLE ON THE CUP
It is very close to halftime, there is no score and the French are more than holding their own at Buenos Aires' River Plate Stadium.
A Hero in Hiding
As an Olympic idol and the highest-paid athlete in Argentina, the Spurs' Manu Ginobili is an inspiration to his people, but an object of extreme--sometimes dangerous--scrutiny
THE TRIPLE JUMPER FROM BRAZIL
He won the hop, step and jump at the first Pan American Games ever held, at Buenos Aires in 1951, retained his title at Mexico City in 1955, and is odds-on to ...
Climbing Clear Up To The Heights
Greg LeMond, a Huck Finn with steel thighs, is the first American to pedal his way to the top ranks of European bike racing royalty
A long trip and a good try
In the keenest high-goal polo competition of the decade, the visiting Americans found that Argentina's players still are the best in the world