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June 15, 1964
A winter champion, Tom O'Hara ran record miles indoors. Outdoors now, he is suffering the doubts of all gifted runners vying for the Olympics. A report by John Underwood.
June 22, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Quite by coincidence, history's first duel of sub-four-minute milers and the first issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED arrived stride-by-stride 10 years ago this summer and, through no coincidence at all, the magazine and...
July 06, 1964
GLORY AND GOOSirs:I was horrified to see in John Underwood's article on Tom O'Hara (Running Is Such Sweet Torture, June 22) that Tom had given away the secret of America's sudden breakthrough in all distances from...
July 27, 1964
Fairway wood shots need not be the despair of women golfers. Betsy Rawls, four-time U.S. Women's Open winner, gives surprising advice on these crucial clubs.
September 28, 1964
The Olympic Games are the principal concern of our Oct. 5 issue. John Underwood assesses U.S. chances, charts all the events (and picks the winners). Gilbert Rogin, just back from New Zealand, discloses some...