Showing 1 - 10 of 18 Stories for William Johnson
ON TO ALBERTVILLE
We begin this coverage of the XVI Olympic Winter Games with a bad news/good news item out of Albertville, France, where the opening ...
TRIUMPH AND TRAVESTY
The Games were great, but the buses were a bust and the organizers ornery.
AFTER THE GOLDEN MOMENT
To the world, Olympic heroes tend to endure at their moment of victory. Flushed with youth, exalted by triumph, they are crystallized in time. Perhaps that is the ...
BRONX BOY MAKES GOOD
The vast majority of people in the world were not aware of it, but Stephen P. Kelly, the kayaker from the New York City borough of the Bronx, ...
Here comes, there goes—Karl!
After putting down the kids for another season, Austria's 31-year-old superracer says that maybe now is the time for him to hang 'em up
To Her, Speed Thrills
For Tamara McKinney, a skier from Kentucky, fast is fabulous, which is why she's on top of the World Cup
COLD TRAIL INTO ADVENTURE
Far out on Alaska's frontier the two strangers faced some icy new challenges— not to mention caribou sausage, ski treks to nowhere, cranberry ...
AL GAVE IT HIS ALL
He is a short, paunchy man who gives, at first sight, an overall impression of grayness. And on this particular grim December afternoon, there is ...
U.S.A. UP, UP AND AWAY
Stocks, attendance and spirits were higher as summer started; maybe it won't last —but what a weekend!