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Books

Pictures That Speak for the Wilderness

Freeman Patterson has assembled a stunning volume of nature photographs to convey a global message about his native Canada

By Galen Rowell

Perspective

Sarah's Ark, or Helping Animals in the Desert

Sarah Gorby gave unstinting care to wounded wildlife, and never thought of it as a burden

By Mark Stewart

Reporter-At-Large

'Les Vents du Mars'

The world indoor boardsailing championships relied on two kinds of fans—industrial wind machines and faithful Parisians

By Peter Mikelbank

Reminiscence

Memoirs of an Ex-Tomboy

Life looked altogether wonderful to an eight-year-old girl viewing it from behind a catcher's mask

By Amy Nutt

Design

The Healing Power of Rock and Roll

A New Jersey auto mechanic's newest device fixes the wheels of broken-down athletes

By Kelli Anderson

Focus

A Master among Masters

From 5K's to marathons, John Campbell has been making a shambles of the over-40 record book

By Richard O'Brien

On The Scene

Come Fly with Me, Vermont Style

The enlarged American Museum of Fly Fishing puts a new perspective on angling

By Clive Gammon

The NBA Finals

HIS HIGHNESS

Michael Jordan and the Bulls soared to a 3-1 lead over L.A. in the NBA Finals

By Jack McCallum

French Open

It's Hammer Time

In an all-American slugfest, Jim Courier nailed Andre Agassi to win the French Open

By Curry Kirkpatrick

College World Series

Ding-Batters

The sound of Louisiana State playing long ball could be heard loud and clear in Omaha as the Tigers won the College World Series

By Steve Rushin

World Bowl

One to Remember

Football was king when London won the first World Bowl, way back in 1991

By Rick Reilly

Work Out the Kinks

By Rick Reilly

A Jolly Good Show

By Christopher Davies, The London Daily Telegraph

The McRaes

Every Day Is Father's Day

Hal McRae's new job as the Kansas City Royals' manager offers a fringe benefit—he can finally watch his son Brian play baseball

By Leigh Montville

Thomas Hearns

The Last Of The Legends

Thomas Hearns, unlike three former illustrious peers, is still a champion

By Pat Putnam

Lanny Wadkins

MAN OF IRON

Wielding an appliance or a golf club, Lanny Wadkins has a hot hand heading into the U.S. Open

By Rick Reilly

Horse Racing

Triple Crown Showdown

Preakness winner Hansel outdueled Kentucky Derby winner Strike the Gold to win the Belmont Stakes

By William Nack

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Women Sportscasters

WHO LET THEM IN?

WOMEN HAVE INVADED THE MEN'S CLUB OF TV SPORTSCASTERS, BUT THEY GET LESS AIRTIME, PAY AND PRESTIGE

By Sally Jenkins

Environment

A Place of Refuge for Wild Horses

Many of the erstwhile orphans of the plains have found a home on the range

By Bil Gilbert

For The Record

A Prince is crowned...and so is a Dukes...college baseball's first first basewoman takes a walk

Edited by Nicholas Dawidoff

Faces in the crowd

Point After

True Sideline Guys

Let's hear it—quietly, of course—for the refreshingly unassuming Phil Jackson and Mike Dunleavy

By Rick Telander

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf