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Tallest, fastest and buggiest
Jack Bacheler of Florida is not just the best U.S. distance runner, he also is the only one who is a constantly expectant moth-er
Ten Burning Memories
Sports Illustrated writers recall the moments that moved them most In the sports year past.
The stretch for home
The date was Saturday, May 2 and the city was Louisville, Ky. And I would have to be crazy, would I not, after handing out such powerful clues ...
Change Is Good
When all was said and done, the new and mostly improved Players Championship could be described as a qualified success
EXCALIBUR: THE STEELHEAD
The rest of the world's trout may be taken in summer, to the sound of birds and the pleasant hum of insects, but the Steelhead—the big, sea-going rainbow of the ...
HIS MAJESTY, THE LEADFOOT
A thoroughly modern sportsman-monarch, King Hussein of Jordan hopes to lead backward elements of his country into the present by the force of his example.
A Rugged Place for a Picnic
Hunters in the desolate Northwest Territories can expect mosquitoes, daily squalls and frigid nights, but for the stout of heart a feast of game awaits
When the first cars sprint away from the Mille Miglia starting line this Saturday, hurtling through the warm and scented mid-May Italian night, they will begin what ...
NEW ORLEANS GETS ITS SEAN PAYTON BACK ON
Today they sit in Section 652 of the dome, "six rows from having your back against the wall," says Verrette, where players look like insects on ...