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March 02, 1998 | Steve Rushin
The were a daily celebration of the crazy, exhilarating spirit of men and women determined to fly—and often succeeding
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February 09, 1998 | John Walters
The Norwegian men and Russian women should prevail in cross-country, while Germany should dominate the biathlon. The Japanese jumpers, accustomed to the tricky winds of Hakuba, figure to clean up at home, while the...
July 15, 1968 | Frank Iwama
Lionel Rose, the powerful pipe-smoking aborigine, traveled 5,000 miles from his home in the bush and then did 15 fast rounds of roadwork trying to catch up with the dancing Japanese challenger for his bantamweight title
January 23, 1967
When it comes to working up a solid case of national hysteria, few people can match the Japanese. Their latest object of affection is a cocky little fellow named Masahiko (Fighting) Harada, who won the flyweight...