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Young and the Restless
Steve Young is thriving in San Francisco, but will he ever measure up to Joe Montana in the eyes of 49er fans?
The Question: What sport attracts the most unsportsmanlike fans?
DICK CHEWNING Whittier, Calif. Company vice-president. If horse racing is regarded as a sport, and I assume it is, that's it. Why? Because there's no ...
Bad-weather coats for sports fans are adapted from practical nautical apparel
Just as improvements in passenger cars have developed from features first incorporated and tested in foreign racing cars, so have some of the new bad- weather ...
MORE VICTORIES EQUALS MORE FANS EQUALS MORE PROFITS, RIGHT? WRONG, WRONG, WRONG
"In fact, only 25% of the fans come out solely because a team is winning." Hold on. Is Levine suggesting that all those raucous, wild-eyed ...
A Match Goes Down in History
It was Bjorn Borg's fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, but the five-set final will be remembered as much for its heroic loser, John McEnroe, who won the fans' plaudits
What Fans Watch
The most watched sport on television continues to be pro football by a large margin, but NASCAR viewership is climbing steadily. The NBA has caught on out West, and baseball is inching back to its pre-1994 strike level
Only fans were a myth
The Griffins were real high-flying cats as Rochester soared past Philly to the title. Their next aerial act may be a flight to Pittsburgh
THE CASE FOR THE SUFFERING FAN
THE CASE FOR THE SUFFERING FAN. Scorned by the athlete, scolded by the physical fitness fanatic, exploited by parking lot sharpies, ushers and hot dog ...
A British Open quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts
Over more than two decades, the author has learned some of life's bitterest lessons as a hopelessly devoted fan of luckless Atlanta. But this year? This year is ...