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Ever since 1952, when a wispy Japanese named Satoh won the world table tennis championship, Europeans have been singing the wait-till-next-time blues. Yet as next time led to next time the raw materials that Satoh...
July 10, 1961
Margareta Rylander, 14, of Sweden, smashed a world record and astounded swimmers at Uppsala, Sweden, when she won her first 1,500-meter race in 19:02.8, clipping more than 20 seconds off record set in the same...
August 15, 1960
The following is a listing of every event in the 1960 Olympics. The likely winners, picked by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED experts, are printed in boldface type; in regular type, with their best performances ever shown in...
February 15, 1960
The Scandinavians will win half the medals, the Soviets will get the rest
September 28, 1959
Sure-footed Lapland ropers brave the hoofs and horns of more than 10,000 reindeer during an autumn roundup in the hill country of northern Sweden