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| DIED | At age 82, of congestive heart failure, former All-America basketball forward Sherman White. The 6'8" Long Island star was named The Sporting News's college player of the year in 1951 while leading the...
July 17, 2006 | Edited by Stephen Cannella
Won By Cory Spinks (above) the IBF junior middleweight title, with a decision over Russia's Roman Karmazin in St. Louis last Saturday. It was a career-saving win for the son of former heavyweight champ Leon...
April 26, 2004
Long before there was a Thorpedo, there was Mark Spitz, who became a global poster boy with an image that probably makes him cringe today: a shot of him wearing nothing but his Speedo and his seven gold medals. That...
November 10, 2003
Being heavyweight champion of the world is no guarantee that you'll be on the cover (tough luck, Lennox Lewis), but it worked for these tough guys
July 16, 1990 | Edited by Steve Rushin
In his professional boxing debut last month at the Henry VIII hotel in Bridgeton, Mo., light heavyweight Leon Calvin won a four-round split decision over Derrick Brown. Calvin, 19, is the oldest son of Leon Spinks....