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August 21, 1972
The Olympics are bigger—with 9,000 athletes from more than 120 nations—and presumably better this year, reports SI's Munich-bound crew. The U.S. track and field squad, says Pat Putnam, has more youthful confidence...
July 26, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Alex Rodriguez (right), the top choice in baseball's 1993 draft, is locked in a contract dispute with the Seattle Mariners. As this look at the No. 1's in baseball and the NBA over the past decade suggests, Rodriguez...
May 04, 1970
FOREIGN FOOTBALLSirs:All honors to Tex Maule for one of the best articles on British football written by an American (Chelsea Almost Won the Cup, April 20). However, judging by the facts that Leeds Goalkeeper Gary...
August 17, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Sports stars in motion pictures have been a U.S. cultural phenomenon since Gentleman Jim Corbett stepped in front of a hand-cranked camera in 1919 to make a silent film serial titled The Midnight Man. In the...
June 28, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
It was a true convergence of the stars. Wayne Gretzky led the Los Angeles Kings to the Stanley Cup finals. Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to another NBA title. On one golden night, June 9, both were in...