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December 30, 2002
A Dolphin flew, a tennis star morphed into Marilyn Monroe, and America gasped at a tiny Giant in jeopardy. Here, now, the year in startling images
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December 30, 2002

Pictures Of The Year

A Dolphin flew, a tennis star morphed into Marilyn Monroe, and America gasped at a tiny Giant in jeopardy. Here, now, the year in startling images

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CLAY MAGNIFIQUE
During her march through the French Open field Serena Williams extends for a ball against Janette Husarova.
JUNE 6, 2002

COLD COMFORT
Patriots defensive end Bobby Hamilton celebrates New England's controversial overtime win against the Oakland Raiders in an AFC divisional playoff game at Foxboro.
JANUARY 19, 2002

OPEN MIKE NIGHT
Mike Tyson, training in Hawaii, displays the mouth that would soon be shut by Lennox Lewis.
MAY 11, 2002

MONROE DOCTRINE
Martina Hingis serves up the Marilyn of The Seven Year Itch while recuperating from the ankle injury that kept her out of the French Open.
APRIL 25, 2002

BRANCH MANAGER
Phil Mickelson uses his tree iron to get out of, trite rough during four-ball competition at the Ryder Cup.
SEPTEMBER 27, 2002

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Ohio State fans give quarterback Craig Krenzel the ride of his life after the Buckeyes conclude an undefeated season with a win over Michigan.
NOVEMBER 23, 2002

OH, NO!
The men's 1,000-meter short track Olympics final took a nasty twist when (from left) Li Jiajun ( China), Apolo Ohno ( U.S.), Ahn Hyun-Soo ( South Korea) and Mathieu Turcotte ( Canada) hit the ice. Li was disqualified for impeding the other skaters.
FEBRUARY 12, 2002

THUNDER STICK
Giants outfielder Barry Bonds dispatches a two-run dinger in the fifth inning of Game 3 of the World Series.
OCTOBER 22, 2002

MAGIC NUMBERS
Figure skating gold medalist Sarah Hughes and coach Robin Wagner react in the kiss 'n' cry area at the Salt Lake City Games as her marks are posted.
FEBRUARY 21, 2002

SNOW ALERT
Giants first baseman J.T. Snow scores twice, snagging manager Dusty Baker's three-year-old son out of harm's way after crossing the plate in Game 5 of the World Series.
OCTOBER 24, 2002

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