Nepalese mountaineer Babu Chhiri Sherpa, 35, after he fell into a crevasse at 20,400 feet on Mount Everest. Babu had summited Everest 10 times, in 1999 spending a record 21 hours atop the world's highest peak, where he made crank radio calls to other camps to stay awake. Last year he completed the fastest ascent ever, racing from base camp at 17,160 feet to the 29,035-foot summit in 15 hours, 56 minutes.
Seminars for U.S. Olympic hopefuls on postvictory etiquette. The USOC wants to prevent displays like the U.S. men's 4 x 100 relay team's antics in Sydney last year.
Russell Otis, former basketball coach at Dominguez High in Compton, Calif., on charges that he sexually assaulted a former player (SI, Feb. 26).
Marv Smalley, as director of security for the Salt Lake Winter Olympics. Security for the 2002 Games will be overseen by managing director of events Doug Arnot, who in January spent 10 days in jail for punching a pedestrian during a traffic dispute.
Anthony Lemar Taylor, 30, to 200 years to life in prison for using phony credit cards bearing Tiger Woods's name to steal $17,000 in goods, including a 70-inch TV and a used car. Taylor had 20 previous convictions and was subject to California's harsh repeat-offender laws.
Atlanta radio show host Jimmy Baron's rib, by a penalty kick from soccer star Cindy Parlow of the WUSA's Atlanta Beat. Baron had bet Parlow he could block one of five of her shots; he succeeded, to his regret.