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February 28, 1994 Table Of Contents

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The Winter Olympics

Whooosh!

To the delight of their families and fans, Dan Jansen won at last, and Bonnie Blair won again

By Alexander Wolff

Zone of Their Own

U.S. skiers, led by Diann Roffe-Steinrotter and unsung Tommy Moe, exceeded expectations by amassing five medals in the first 10 days of the Games

By William Oscar Johnson

As the World Turns

Together again, Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan starred in their own soap opera

By Steve Rushin

Root, Root, Root...

...for the home team is what all Norway did as its athletes turned the Games into a national gala

By Leigh Montville

Stepping Up

A new generation took over as the old guard took spills

By E.M. Swift

Olympic People

Gordeeva and Grinkov

By E.M. Swift

Huber Brothers

By Sandy Bailey

Lyubov Egorova

By Jeff Lilley

Jens Weissflog

By Alexander Wolff

Auto Racing

Worth Waiting For

Sterling Marlin shattered his Winston Cup winless streak with a victory in the Daytona 500

By Bruce Newman

Boxing

Tiny Terror

A bloodied Humberto Gonzalez, all 5'1" of him, ripped the light flyweight title

By Pat Putnam

Baseball

Reading the Signs

By early indications, Michael Jordan's bid to play with the Chicago White Sox is still a long shot

By Tim Kurkjian

SI 40th Anniversary

Flying To the Top

This SI Classic from 1979 chronicled the rise of Indiana State and its little-known leader, a 6'9" forward named Larry Bird

By Bruce Newman

John Chaney

The Whittler

Temple basketball coach John Chaney uses all his rage and passion to carve life's complexity down to a few simple certainties

By Gary Smith

Inside

College Basketball

By Kelli Anderson

The NBA

By Phil Taylor

Point After

Dreaming of Dream Teams

The Olympic hockey tournament needs a boost from the NHL's best players

By Michael Farber

Departments

TO OUR READERS

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

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Edited by Jack McCallum