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February 24, 1992 Table Of Contents

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A Yankee on King Arthur's Court

Alton Byrd, once an NBA draft pick, is now the biggest thing in the small world of British basketball

By Hank Hersch


A Lock on Success

New York University's Matt Sapolin is a top-notch wrestler who just happens to be blind

By Kelly Whiteside

XVI Olympic Winter Games

Silver Lining

Paul Wylie's medal-winning performance brightened a cloudy career

By E.M. Swift

Glory and Gloom

As Bonnie Blair won more gold, Dan Jansen endured more disappointment

By Sally Jenkins

On Slippery Slopes

A pair of gritty North Americans dominated the downhill

By William Oscar Johnson

The Bump And Run

Donna Weinbrecht of the U.S. and Edgar Grospiron of France aced the moguls

By William Oscar Johnson

The Razor's Edge

Goalie Ray (Razor) LeBlanc had the U.S. looking sharp

By Steve Rushin

Tough Sledding

Herschel Walker could push the U.S. only to seventh place

By Sally Jenkins

Theater of the Absurd

After making the bizarre the norm, the Duchesnays went conservative and lost

By E.M. Swift

Help Wanted?

By E.M. Swift

New Allegiances

The Games offer a telling glimpse of Europe's turmoil

By Sally Jenkins

Jim Courier


Jim Courier has capped a stunning run up the tennis ladder by becoming the first U.S. man since 1985 to reach No. 1

By Franz Lidz

Livin' Large

Livin' Large

Some of college basketball's biggest talents are bigger than ever

By Alexander Wolff



By Jack McCallum

College Basketball

By Phil Taylor

Scottie Pippen

Out of the Shadow

After years of being eclipsed by his teammate Michael Jordan, the Chicago Bulls' Scottie Pippen has stepped into the limelight

By Leigh Montville

Horse Racing

An Irish Quest for English Gold

An Irish town prepares for its annual journey to the Gold Cup in Cheltenham, England

By Clive Gammon

For The Record

Martina tops Chris one more time...Nelson can't bring home the bacon...Mr. College Baseball calls it quits

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Damnable Defense

Not only did Mike Tyson lose his rape case, but his lawyers perpetuated a racial stereotype

By Sonja Steptoe




Edited by Steve Wulf