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July 29, 1985 | J. Austin Murphy
About 15 million Americans periodically shelve their running shoes to recover from such road-induced injuries as shin-splints, stress fractures and muscle tears and pulls. If you are among them, here's some advice...
October 22, 1979 | Bruce Newman
The New York Rens were a team of black basketball players who traveled across half a continent and a quarter of a century before coming to rest in the Basketball Hall of Fame. From the time somebody finally started...
July 23, 1979 | Joe Marshall
Alberto Juantorena came to the Pan-American Games an almost august figure. He was the gold medalist at both 400 and 800 meters in the 1976 Olympics, an unprecedented accomplishment. In the 400 he had ranked first in...
July 09, 1979 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Your coverage of sports-related movies and books has been excellent—until now. Frank Deford's pummeling of (MOVIES, June 25) proves once again that all good things must come to an end. Deford bases his critique...
May 14, 1979 | Pat Putnam
Alberto Juantorena and his band of fellow Cubans came out smoking in the UCLA meet, but Americans beat them to the tape every time