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June 12, 1995 | Tim Layden
The Prefontaine meet gave a brief second wind to a sport that seems to be dying in the U.S.
May 08, 1995 | Merrell Noden
Even in his prime, Carl Lewis was never much of a starter. Whether coming out of the blocks or emerging from the cocoon of diversions he wraps around himself each winter (reporting for radio shows, taking acting...
December 12, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien
Most pregame renditions of The Star-Spangled Banner fade from memory even before the action starts, but now and then a performance comes along either so good or so bad that it becomes a part of history. Super Bowl...
September 19, 1994 | Kenny Moore
The imperative of Carl Lewis's chosen race, the 100-meter dash, is simply the imperative of his life. A tall, long-levered man, Lewis must always take a few steps to get those knees up, those arms driving, those...
August 29, 1994 | Steve Rushin
The finest sprinter on earth strode magnificently through the lobby of the Hotel Nova-Park Zurich last Thursday morning, slowing only when he saw the bloodstains that stared up from the carpet like stoplights.