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Tour De France

VIVE LEMOND!

In a stunning ride to a Paris finish, Greg LeMond of the U.S. came from 50 seconds behind on the final day to win his second Tour de France

By Franz Lidz

THE BEATINGS GO ON

Mike Tyson KO'd another victim, and a battle looms for the champ's future

By Pat Putnam

British Open

HIGH NOON AT TROON

Mark Calcavecchia won a memorable British Open by outdueling Greg Norman

By Rick Reilly

Montreal Expos

A TEAM THAT'S HARD TO TOP

Things are looking up for the division-leading Expos, their balky Olympic Stadium roof notwithstanding

By Peter Gammons

An American Summer

A VACATION FROM A VACATION

After driving 3,000 miles, the travelers decided to take a break in a fun-filled town in western South Dakota

By Jack McCallum

Will Steger

THE ICEMAN COMETH

Will Steger, once a footloose north woods hippie, conquered boardrooms and blizzards to lead a historic expedition to the North Pole in 1986. Now he means to traverse Antarctica

By Robert Sullivan

Inside

INSIDE: BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

Track & Field

A PEACH FOR THE APPLE

A New York City meet produced big-time performances

By Merrell Noden

Tennis

BECKER THE YANKEE WRECKER

Boris Becker's heroics led West Germany over the U.S. in a Davis Cup semifinal

By Curry Kirkpatrick

KOKERNOT FIELD

THE BEST LITTLE BALLPARK IN TEXAS [OR ANYWHERE ELSE]

Travel with us to beautiful Kokernot Field, a gem of a place where time has stopped and small-town baseball has been elevated into a work of fine art

By Nicholas Dawidoff

Books

BRAIN FOOD AND MORE

This anthology of fishing selections is a keeper

By E.M. Swift

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week July 17-23

Compiled by Stefanie Krasnow

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

A HAPPY HOMECOMING

Al Davis, of all people, is now an NFL peacemaker

By Peter King

Departments

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff