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November 13, 2006
Shipping Included The New York City Marathon delivered a little bit of everything on Sunday: a Brazilian, Marilson Gomes dos Santos (inset, right), who ended the nine-year reign of African runners; a repeat champion...
March 21, 2005 | Sarah Thurmond
AT 22, the Spurs' French-bred point guard Tony Parker has a championship ring, a mammoth contract (six years, $66 million) and a tabloid love life linked to Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria (inset). That has...
July 15, 1968
BOATING—Two first-place finishes, plus a fourth and a fifth enabled F. GARDNER COX JR. of Villanova, Pa. to earn the U.S. championship for 5.5-meter sloops on Long Island Sound off Stamford, Conn. Cox skippered...
July 16, 1962
BOATING—AMERICA'S CUP 12-meter candidates spent a week racing in the first series of observation trials oft" Newport, R.I., and on the sixth day the tally sheet read: Nefertiti, 5-1, Weatherly, 4-2, Columbia, 3-3,...
July 20, 1959
GOLF—MIKE SOUCHAK, Grossinger, N.Y., edged Arnold Palmer 272-273 to win Western Open and $5,000, Pittsburgh. Betsy Rawls, Spartanburg, S.C., shot 68 and 69 on second and third rounds, but finished with floundering 75...