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FAST WORK AT ASPEN
... on his right leg an ugly plaster cast that would keep him off his beloved mountains until long after the Winter Olympics at Squaw Valley are over and done with.
THE OLYMPIC ULTIMATUM
Most countries playing host to the Olympics in modern times have used .... 20 deadline falls during the 13-day Winter Olympics in Lake Placid.
TAKE A BREAK FROM THE WINTER GAMES TO SAMPLE SUPERB OLYMPIC CULTURE
Whatever happened to the classical ideal of the well-rounded athlete? When the ancient Greeks were in charge of the Olympics, many athletes ...
AN ILL WIND BLEW
... of irony would have put Davis in the hunt for a medal—something no American jumper has ever won in the Olympics. ... The Winter Olympics ...
TRIUMPH AND TRAVESTY
... that was to happen in the first week of Winter Olympiad XIII occurred an ... pattern for the first—and conceivably the last—Olympics of the '80s.
In this Article. Olympic Games · Skating · Skiers. This is an article from the March 2, 1992 issue. March 02, 1992. XVI Olympic Winter Games ...
Developing touch and control
Golfers tend to confuse touch with control. They use the two words as though they were interchangeable, which, of course, they are not. Unless you have touch, ...
TO WITT, THE VICTORY
... she had set out to do: become the first women's singles skater since Sonja Henie in 1936 to win back-to-back gold medals in the Olympics.
How to lose your temper and win
Tom Weiskopf learns the one way to overcome his own angry outbursts
Last Word By dropping her partner, bobsled star Jean Racine let the Olympic spirit slide
Racine is mistaking the Olympics for what they are, not what they should be. I would like to think that there's some vestige of purity in the Games ...