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Just in time to reascend the Olympic medal stand, two crowd pleasers are peaking: Alberto Tomba and Picabo Street. But no non-Teuton will have it easy: The Austrian men have won 21 of 24 races this season, and...
September 15, 1997 | Edited by Richard O'Brien and Hank Hersch
11, 10Height, in feet and inches, of the rim on which Harlem Globetrotters Michael Wilson and Fred Smith dunked, breaking the slam-dunk altitude record by two inches.
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August 29, 1994
It was a fast-paced week, from the Travers at Saratoga to the New England 200 to a showdown sprint in Switzerland