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Television

My Breakfast with Andre

The author loses his appetite for Wimbledon, and NBC is left with egg on its face

By Norman Chad

Wimbledon

Agassi and Ecstasy

Andre Agassi embodied substance over style in winning Wimbledon for his first Grand Slam title

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Eric Lindros

Double Dealing

After Quebec twice traded phenom Eric Lindros, an arbitrator awarded him to Philly

By E.M. Swift

California Ball

Into a Golden State

Our intrepid scribe's tour of California ballparks gave him license to celebrate

By Steve Rushin

XXV Olympic Summer Games

Dave Is Top Dog Now

With Dan O'Brien out of the picture, Dave Johnson's decathlon hopes are golden

By Merrell Noden

Talk Of the Town

Despite his failure at the Olympic trials, Dan O'Brien remains a hero at home

By Merrell Noden

SOVIET DISUNION

THE U.S.S.R.'S BREAKUP IS PLAYING HAVOC WITH A SPORTS MACHINE

By E.M. Swift

Chad Hennings

A New Blue Yonder

Former Air Force pilot Chad Hennings reports for duty with the Cowboys

By Jill Lieber

Tom Glavine

A Gripping Tale

The accidental discovery of a two-seam changeup has made Atlanta's Tom Glavine baseball's best pitcher

By Leigh Montville

Inside

Miner League Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Inside/Baseball

The Analyst

Babashoff And Ender

Babashoff and Ender

At the 1976 Summer Games two of the top female swimmers in the world—an American and an East German—met. The American won only one gold medal, while her rival won four golds. But had the East German used steroids?

By Kenny Moore

For The Record

RIP to the Sultan's sib...King Richard's last ride at Daytona...Undressed for success

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Remember, It's Only a Dream

Even as the U.S. Olympic basketball team routed its opponents, harsh realities loomed

By Jack McCallum

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Edited by Steve Wulf