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March 02, 1992 | Volume 76, Issue 8

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Kristi Yamaguchi Cover - Sports Illustrated March 02, 1992

March 02, 1992 | E.M. Swift

March 02, 1992
The sweet sounds of spring—thunk, thunk, thunk, thunk, thunk—filled the air as New York Mets catchers raised their mitts in Port St. Lucie, Fla., last weekend, marking the opening of baseball's...

March 02, 1992 | William Oscar Johnson

March 02, 1992 | Steve Rushin
For a dynasty supposedly on its last legs, the Russians were masterly

March 02, 1992 | Steve Rushin
It happened to be flanked by a U and an A, but the red S in the middle of the chest was all anyone really noticed on Ray LeBlanc's uniform. Nevertheless, U.S. hockey captain Clark Donatelli was...

March 02, 1992 | Sally Jenkins
A sometime saloon singer starred in a new Olympic sport

March 02, 1992 | Natalya Bykanova
The most golden female chats with a fellow Russian

March 02, 1992 | E.M. Swift
The U.S. women stole the show from the men in Albertville

March 02, 1992 | John Papanek
From the moment senior writer Steve Rushin stepped off a plane and onto a Swiss tarmac three weeks ago en route to Albertville, looked around the airport and asked, "Is that the Geneva Convention...

March 02, 1992 | Phil Taylor
Indiana was the sole survivor in a week of Top 10 upsets that portend a wide-open NCAA field

March 02, 1992 | Rick Telander

March 02, 1992 | Richard Hoffer

March 02, 1992 | Alexander Wolff

March 02, 1992 | Austin Murphy
The reeling Pittsburgh Penguins traded Paul Coffey in hopes of regaining their championship form

March 02, 1992
Super Bowl XXVIThanks for running the great article about the Washington Redskins' rout of the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI (Superb, Feb. 3). Reminding your readers of Washington's inexorable...

March 02, 1992 | Jack McCallum
What's the Deal, Dallas?

March 02, 1992 | Phil Taylor
Shooting Stars

March 02, 1992 | Phil Taylor
MEN: Alex Blackwell, a 6'7" senior forward for Monmouth, scored 22 points and pulled down nine rebounds in a 71-58 defeat of Rider, and had 32 points and 19 boards in a 66-61 win over Wagner.

March 02, 1992
A gallery of photographs captures the sweeping spectacle of the Albertville Games, from the loud garb of Czech skier Marian Bires to the quiet fire of the Olympic torch

March 02, 1992 | Robert Horn
Playing a five-year-old chess prodigy rekindled the author's love for the game

March 02, 1992 | Kelli Anderson
Former Giants pitching star John Montefusco has turned his talent to harness racing

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Jon Scher
DrivenTo become NASCAR Rookie of the Year, 50-year-old Jerry Glanville. The coach of the Atlanta Falcons, who recently completed a course at Buck Baker's driving school, roared around the Atlanta...

March 02, 1992
Jessica GawleyREGINA, SASK.

March 02, 1992 | Leigh Montville
With some sports-marketing smarts, your expansion country can rake in the rubles

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up]To 74-year-old Hall of Fame golfer Patty Berg, who wrote a letter to LPGA pro Heather Farr every day for months during Fan's recent treatment for cancer.

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Sandy Alderson, Athletics vice-president, when asked to comment on the incident in which slugger Jose Canseco rammed his wife's BMW with his Porsche in Miami: "I'm not a defense lawyer, a marriage...

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
San Diego's Chicken is being put on waivers. The Padres are looking for a new mascot this year, and they plan to hold auditions next week. There's no guarantee, though, that the Chicken's...

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Pay-per-view bothers viewers. I embrace it vigorously. With proper money management and fiscal responsibility, discriminating sports-minded investors will find pay-per-view to be as sound a...

March 02, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
The U.S. bobsled team may have had second thoughts about putting Herschel Walker in a four-man sled, but we had no reluctance about putting the Georgia sophomore on our March 1, 1982, cover. (He...