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U.S. Amateur champ Kelly Kraft had a blast at the Masters, but he gave up exemptions to the U.S. and British Opens to make a run at a Tour card, ... each other—two of the world's best freedivers went to the limits of their sport.
INTO THE BELLY OF BEAST MODE
ABOUT A MONTH ago I got the phone call from SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's NFL editor, Adam Duerson. "Can you go to Seattle? I need a 12th ...
FAREWELL TO SHANNON BROWN
Sports have become the weapon with which the Jesuit fathers and Franciscan sisters of St. Stephen's Mission in Wyoming are waging a battle for their Indians.
NFC 1 vs 6
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INSIDE TO ALASKA
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S guide, Phil Portrey, a veteran of two outboard trips to Alaska, took our cruiser through this pack, shoving the smaller bergs out of the ...
CONQUERING THE SOLAR SYSTEM NEITHER RAIN NOR LACK OF FUNDS KEPT MIT'S CAR FROM WINNING SUNRAYCE 95
instead of practicing layups and passes, you run sets of numbers. It's a brain sport." Just as the tortoise beat the hare, so the slower solar car
A weird waltz through SI's vault of sometimes puzzling pictures ... 24, 1975 + Lee Trevino: June 15, 1981 + Randy Johnson: May 4, 1992 + Jack Nicklaus: Nov. ... of the world's best freedivers went to the limits of their sport.
PICTURES of the YEAR
Victory and defeat are only the beginning: Our games can inspire, unite and be a balm for communities in pain. The best photos of 2015 celebrate the spirit as well as the beauty of sports
Hard cash paid out in the open
With $1,500 waiting at the finish, Christian Pravda took the first pro race at Aspen