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March 7, 1994 Table Of Contents

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The Voice of the Bruins

For 41 years Boston fans have listened to Fred Cusick's play-by-play

By Stu Hackel

The Golden Goal

Peter Forsberg's magnificent move in a climactic shoot-out nudged Sweden past Canada

By Michael Farber

No Miracle This Time

By Michael Farber

Horse Racing

Grace's Golden Boys

Geriatric geldings savor their twilight years at Grace Belcuore's ranch

By Stephanie Diaz

Figure Skating

Silver Belle

Nancy Kerrigan conquered her demons but couldn't overcome a pixie from Ukraine

By E.M. Swift

Speed Skating

Fire on Ice

Cathy Turner of the U.S. won a gold but not many friends with her aggressive style

By Leigh Montville

Not So Hot

Overly warm runners left the U.S. bobsled team out in the cold

By Sandy Bailey

Bonnie's Bounty

Unassuming Bonnie Blair sped to victory in the 1,000 meters to become the U.S.'s most gilded woman Olympian ever

By Alexander Wolff


Snow Queen

With five medals, Nordic specialist Manuela Di Centa of Italy outshone all others at the Games

By William Oscar Johnson

Dorothy Hamill

Cinderella Story

Former Olympic champion Dorothy Hamill has found a perfect fit as owner and star of the Ice Capades

By Steve Wulf

Pro Basketball

Spur of the Moment

Now that David Robinson is reaching for greatness, his San Antonio Spurs may be able to grasp it, too

By Phil Taylor

Sports People

Ila Borders

By Shelley Smith

Jervaughn Scales

By Hank Hersch

Carlos León

By Franz Lidz

Dick Vitale

I've Gotta Be Me

Babbling broadcaster Dick Vitale may seem to be all mouth, but he's also got a big heart—and a huge fear of failure

By Rick Reilly

College Basketball

The Orphan's Triumph

The women of Mitchell College owe their record to a grateful grad

By John Walters


Flat Bats and Googlies

A visit to a tiny library at Haverford College can help demystify the sport

By John Grossmann


College Basketball

By William F. Reed

Turn Down the V!

By Tim Crothers


By Tim Kurkjian

Point After

Once upon a Time...

The Lillehammer Games, says the disbelieving author, were simply too good to be true

By Leigh Montville



By Mark Mulvoy




Edited by Jack McCallum