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The Amazon is hack for a trotting title
Powerful Roquépine, defending her International crown, is the pride of 300 years of French breeding
They tell it like it wasn't
These Olympic docudramas won't win gold medals for historical accuracy
Webb Lives Up To His Potential Next Great U.S. Miler
Imagine his joy on Sunday afternoon when he turned down the backstretch of the 1,500 meters on the last day of the U.S. trials, leading the field ...
Lullaby of Birdland
Every sunset or so these autumn days a Detroit cement contractor named Tom Nardoni (right, holding record player) spins a disc called Young and Nesting ...
OH WOW! A CAREENING CARROT!
In the long annals of art, sport and downhill coasting, there has never been anything quite like the second Artists' Soap Box Derbyâ€”except ...
THIS DRAKE WAS FOR THE DUCKS
He is, well, obsessed with staying together for the Olympic Trials. He acknowledges he magnifies little hurts. He is forever getting sound ...
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
Hey, They Love This Guy!
Hose down the sports TV critics and hide the letter openers inthe Fox offices. John Madden may be bolting to ABC's MondayNight Football next ...
In the scandal-ridden Tour, talk that the drug busts were good news was overshadowed by a sense that the sport might never recover
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
Next trial is the AAU meet in Philadelphia August 17-18. PAMELA KURRELL, 17, FIRST IN THE BASEBALL THROW (ABOVE) WITH RECORD TOSS OF 263 FT.