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It was one of those Hong Kong days when the heat garrotes the spirit, and any thought is labor. I remember him running, weaving, and I recall thinking at the time how no American-sized halfback could have beat him at...
April 01, 1974 | John A. Meyers
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED staffers have done some odd things in their time—Tex Maule was once a trapeze artist, Ray Cave was a carhop at a drive-in in Washington, D,C., Andrew Crichton was a baker in Greenland—but as far as...
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June 16, 1969 | Edwin Shrake
February 03, 1969 | Carleton Mitchell
After a lifetime of sailing competition, a three-time Bermuda winner has given up racing but never the sea. On these pages he describes the powerboat he chose to succeed his famed 'Finisterre'