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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
A LAB DISCOVERY NOT INTENDED FOR SPORTS
Of transfusion rather than reinfusion, as used by the U.S. cyclists who boosted at L.A., Dr. Melvin Williams, who conducted the Old Dominion ...
SI Adventure siadventure.com
Doug Flutie's escape from Alcatraz, cycling's latest drug scandal and more adventure news. --Murphy's Law On Everest blind climber Erik ...
Almost all in the family
When Olympic Coach Jackie Simes chose the pursuit team, Innsbruck champion Sheila Young saw him tap both her brother and her fiancé
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 ...
AND NOW FOR FORSTER'S PAUNCH LINE
David Letterman devoted the opening monologue on his June 17 late-night TV show to a weighty issueâ€”Atlanta Braves reliever Terry Forster.
A WOULD-BE DODGER TWICE DEFIED CASEY. RESULT: STENGEL 2, ROOKIE 0
I slipped into a rear-window seat of the bus, glad to get away from the penetrating winds of early March. The terminal was slightly hazy with gas ...
THE FARTHER THEY ARE, THE HARDER THEY FALL
The event is so hidden away from any boxing traditions that one half-expects Muhammad Ali to approach his opponent and murmur, "Dr.
INSIDE PITCH (June 17-23)
After his dismissal as Minnesota's manager, it was fitting that unpretentious Billy Gardner conducted his postmortems in his room at the Super 8, ...