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An American yachtsman explores the eerie Galápagos Archipelago, where he finds the birds and beasts of Darwin's age—and echoes of bizarre human tragedies
June 08, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Two famed competitors, each now retired from the fray, are speaking in SI this week. Bill Russell's story, which begins on page 80, reports the conclusions he has drawn about life and sport after thinking over his...
June 01, 1970
The big race on Memorial Day draws the nation's eyes to Indianapolis as the Foyts, Andrettis and Unsers turn on. The story of the 500 by Robert Jones, illustrated in color.
December 05, 1966
Last March surgeons operated on the arm of famed Spanish Matador El Cordobés, and after painful exercises he recovered well enough to appear in bullrings this summer. But two weeks ago El Cordobés fell while water...
July 20, 1959 | Horace Sutton
Birthplace off sportsmen, children's paradise, San Francisco's Golden Gate Park provides everything from baseball to bison