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WHERE HE WENT: At UCLA, Walton anchored two national championship teams while receiving the Naismith Award three times. In 1977 he led the Portland Trail Blazers to the NBA title and was voted MVP of the Finals.
APPEARED: FEB. 1, 1988
WHAT WE SAID THEN: Kristi, 16, is the first skater to win golds in two disciplines at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships. After earning the singles title, she teamed with Rudy Galindo, 18, of San Jose to triumph in the pairs competition.
WHERE SHE WENT: Yamaguchi won back-to-back world figure skating titles in 1991--92 and a gold medal at the '92 Winter Olympics.
APPEARED: JULY 12, 1982
WHAT WE SAID THEN: Coleman, a centerfielder at Florida A&M, stole seven bases against Alabama State to equal the NCAA single-game record. He led Division I in 1981 with 65 steals in 66 games and was twice an all-conference punter.
WHAT HE SAYS NOW: "I had SI send me several copies," say Coleman, a two-time All-Star who stole 752 bases. "I sent one to my mom and one to my cousins. I even laminated one."