You just smile and swim faster, according to Japan's Tsuyoshi Yamanaka, who got the better of Murray Rose in a most memorable competition
Rating his progress step by step, Johnny Sellers has reached the top in seven years. By the time six more pass, he says, he will have become a cowboy
How Come, Spider?
As manager in a bonus-baby bush league, a onetime Brooklyn Dodger infielder has to find the answers to some rather fantastic questions—as well as rake the infield and do the laundry, too
Brazil's finest game fish, the dourado, puts up a wearing fight, but between rounds a fisherman can live in luxury at a fine hotel deep in a tropical forest against the backdrop of Igua√ß√∫ Falls
By Martin Kane
Europe's boutiques beguile American buyers with sport clothes that exude the sparkle of France and the charm of Italy
By Jo Ahern Zill
Mary Lowell, a sturdy 17-year-old who fired her father as pro, played daring golf last week to take the girls' championship
No game is more thoroughly misunderstood by Americans than cricket. Now a Sports Illustrated baseball writer visits England and discovers the skill and violence residing in this ancient game
By Roy Terrell
By Maury Allen
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Man, it's a kick!