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December 15, 1975
Jacqueline Hansen, 27, a Los Angeles insurance underwriter, ran the first women's sub-2:40 marathon at Eugene, Ore., setting a world record of 2:38:19. The previous mark, held by West Germany's Christa Vahlensieck,...
November 01, 1971
It is Fitting that in cross-country the team with the least number of points wins. Fitting, because the sport's advocates outdo one another in extolling its Thoreauvian virtues—purity, simplicity, rusticity. One has...
August 18, 1986
BIDDY PAULEYGREENWICH, CONN.Pauley, 48, a 5'4" 100-pounder, caught a 301-pound broadbill swordfish in the waters off Nantucket Island, Mass. Pauley, who has fished for 15 years, used an 80-pound-test line to land the...
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June 30, 1980
Wimbledon's act one is a first-week diary of the world's most prestigious tennis tournament. Frank Deford chronicles the events, be they big upsets or offbeat doings, that occur on and around the historic grounds of...