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March 2, 1992 Table Of Contents

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XVI Olympic Winter Games


With grace and skill, Kristi Yamaguchi skated circles around the competition to strike gold

By E.M. Swift

The Alberto-ville Games

Alberto Tomba and friends made Italy forget soccer for a day

By William Oscar Johnson

Plenty Unified Enough

For a dynasty supposedly on its last legs, the Russians were masterly

By Steve Rushin

They Weren't All Supermen

By Steve Rushin

Leader of the Pack

A sometime saloon singer starred in a new Olympic sport

By Sally Jenkins

A Lonely Champion

The most golden female chats with a fellow Russian

By Natalya Bykanova

Women of Mettle

The U.S. women stole the show from the men in Albertville

By E.M. Swift

The Race Is On

Indiana was the sole survivor in a week of Top 10 upsets that portend a wide-open NCAA field

By Phil Taylor

Olympic Frames

San Antonio Spurs

They Could Use a Spur

A team of talent and promise, the San Antonio Spurs continue to baffle with their underachieving ways

By Rick Telander

Fay Vincent

'Take Care of The Game'

As commissioner of baseball, Fay Vincent has heard those words time and again. But it's been easier said than done

By Richard Hoffer

Alonzo Mourning

Mourning's Glory

After three years of controversy and unfulfilled promise, Georgetown's Alonzo Mourning is blossoming into one of the game's consummate centers

By Alexander Wolff


All Shook Up

The reeling Pittsburgh Penguins traded Paul Coffey in hopes of regaining their championship form

By Austin Murphy



By Jack McCallum

College Basketball

By Phil Taylor

First Person

The Child Is the Master

Playing a five-year-old chess prodigy rekindled the author's love for the game

By Robert Horn


A Count in the Driver's Seat

Former Giants pitching star John Montefusco has turned his talent to harness racing

By Kelli Anderson

For The Record

The man in black hits the track...A mountain of cash for Sierra...Another ex-champ in disgrace

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Hear Me Out, Boris Baby

With some sports-marketing smarts, your expansion country can rake in the rubles

By Leigh Montville



By John Papanek



Edited by Steve Wulf