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Cycling

Pedaling in the Park

After years of pounding the pavement, the author gave up running for bike racing

By Peter Sikowitz

Horse Racing

A Most Colorful Calling

Louie Olah can track down a set of racing silks from among thousands in no time

By Patti Dietz Davis

Rowing

The Odd Man and the Sea

A whimsical Frenchman thought he could simply row, row, row his boat, gently across the Atlantic

By Stephen Kiesling

Motor Sports

Vroom for Imagination

Racing quarterscale remote-controlled cars affords drivers an authentic taste of big-time competition

By Jack Mason

Magic

I'll Deal With It

HIV has forced me to retire, but I'll still enjoy life as I speak out about safe sex

By Magic Johnson

Unforgettable

Magic Johnson, the player nonpareil, was an outsized paragon of style and grace

By Jack McCallum

Dangerous Games

In the age of AIDS, many pro athletes are sexually promiscuous, despite the increasing peril

By E.M. Swift

Like One of The Family

When Magic delivered his shocking news, it was, for so many people, the first time the AIDS epidemic had really hit home

By Leigh Montville

FOR KIDS ONLY

The editors of Sports Illustrated For Kids try to help younger readers understand the news about Magic

By The Editors Of SI For Kids

New Orleans Saints

Super D In the Dome

The 49ers found out how ugly the Saints' fierce defense can make you look

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside

The NFL

By Peter King

College Football

A Rally to Remember

Down 31-7 to Notre Dame, Tennessee staged a thrilling comeback in South Bend

By William F. Reed

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

THE FROSH PRINCE

By Phil Taylor

1-900-Ripoffs

1-900-RIPOFFS

The ads for call-in services that offer sure-thing betting advice on the big games couldn't be more tempting. Our own hot tip: Don't touch that phone

By Rick Reilly

Golf

A Journey to the Western Isles

The author traveled to the Hebridean island of South Uist in search of a nearly lost golf course

By John Garrity

Perspective

Tough Guys Do Dance

In the rocky realm of filmic fisticuffs, Jimmy Nickerson is a world-class choreographer

By Lisa Twyman Bessone

For The Record

K-Jack cuts a few new tracks...Madonna tries another tack...Roberts makes backboards crack

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Speak for All, Magic

In his fight against HIV, Magic Johnson should not confine his concern to heterosexual victims

By Randy Shilts

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf