November 08, 1993
LeGrand SakamakiHILO, HAWAIILeGrand, 16, a two-time U.S. junior weightlifting champ, won a gold medal at the Junior International Tournament for the second year in a row. Competing in the 130-pound class, he lifted a...
December 06, 1971
Jim Shaw, a 36-year-old bowling-lanes manager from Columbus, Ohio, broke the city's three-game record by 27 pins when he bowled a 297-258-288—843. He had 31 strikes out of a possible 36 en route to the highest ABC...
June 28, 1971
Sue Coffey of Marblehead (Mass.) High hit four final-inning home runs in leading her softball team to 18 straight victories, while batting .625 with seven homers as a senior. Sue was top scorer on her 8-2 basketball...
July 24, 1961
BICYCLE RACING—JACQUES ANQUETIL of France pedaled into the lead on the first day of the Tour de France and 14 days, 2,729 miles later coasted into Paris, over-all winner by more than four hours.
August 08, 1960 | Mort Lund
With competing costs down, more able skippers tried for the honors of Olympic racing