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August 09, 1971
ARCHERY—JOHN WILLIAMS, 17, of Cranesville, Pa., won the men's title with 2,445 points at the world championships in York, England. Finland's Kyosti Laasonen was second with 2,381. EMMA GAPCHENKO of the U.S.S.R. took...
February 15, 1971 | Paul Ress
That's what two American teen-agers were doing in the world speed-skating championships. When it was over they had two firsts, a third and new respect from their European rivals
January 10, 1966
J. Jerome Miller, 52, of Highland Park, Ill., a member of the U.S. Olympic water polo teams in 1936 and 1948, broke the Chicago Athletic Association's record (the nation's best) for miles swum in one year under its...
August 30, 1965 | Garry Valk
London, Paris, Beirut, Helsinki, Hamburg, Barcelona, Addis Ababa. Although that may read like one of those seven-day economy tours, it is just a sampling of the foreign cities to which SPORTS ILLUSTRATED writers have...
August 24, 1964 | Hal Higdon