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July 25, 1988 Table Of Contents

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SHIFTING IN CYCLING IS BROUGHT UP TO SPEED

By John Grossmann

Olympic Trials

GETUP AND GO

Florence Griffith Joyner's dramatic garb made her a colorful blur as she smashed the world record in the 100 at the Olympic trials

By Kenny Moore

ONE JOYNER WHO DIDN'T JOIN IN

By Merrell Noden

BYE TO DODGER BLUES

Hello, Kirk Gibson and you other newcomers who have L.A. looking more than O.K.

By Austin Murphy

British Open

MANO A MANO ON THE LINKS

After flirting with disaster for three rounds, Seve Ballesteros outdueled Nick Price to win his third British Open crown

By Jaime Diaz

A BIG BRAWL FOR ALL

At the Olympic Box-off, the men in the ring weren't the only ones battling for position

By Pat Putnam

Marc Buoniconti

WAS JUSTICE PARALYZED?

A verdict exonerating the team doctor left unresolved issues in the case of injured Citadel linebacker Marc Buoniconti

By William Nack

The Russians Are Humming

Now that baseball is an Olympic sport, the Soviets are starting to fall in love with the American pastime

By Steve Wulf

Andrea Johnson

Davey's Little Surfer Girl

Andrea Johnson, one of Florida's top wave riders, likes to win—just like Dad

By Jill Lieber

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

The Old Men And The Discus

The Old Men and the DISCUS

A hallowed event is dominated by a small group of large men of often advanced age who are motivated by both friendship and enmity

By Kenny Moore

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week July 11-17

Compiled by Jay Jennings

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