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Motor Sports

NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT SINCE 1980, NO INDIANAPOLIS 500 HAS BEGUN WITHOUT A WAVE FROM DUANE SWEENEY

By John GrossmanN

Golf Plus

RIGHT UP HIS ALLEY BEN HOGAN'S FAILING HEALTH CAST A SHADOW OVER COREY PAVIN'S CONQUEST OF COLONIAL

By Alan Shipnuck

By Bill Colson

CLEANING UP TOMMY TOLLES HAS BEEN RAKING IN THE DOUGH BUT IS STILL WAITING FOR A BREAKTHROUGH WIN

By Robinson Holloway

EYE OF THE TIGER SINGLE-MINDED AND COLOR-BLIND, EDDIE PAYTON HAS TURNED JACKSON STATE INTO A MOST UNLIKELY POWER

By Rick Lipsey

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

ANDY NORTH GETS TURNED DOWN TWICE THE SKINS GAME WANTS TIGER PGA EYES COLONIAL AS RYDER SITE

By Tim Rosaforte

FOUR STRAIGHT

By MATTHEW RUDY

Bowling

NOT YOUR ORDINARY ALLEY THE NATIONAL BOWLING STADIUM IS STRIKING BECAUSE NO EXPENSE HAS BEEN SPARED

By Michael Finkel

Baseball

FLY OFTEN AND CARRY A BIG STICK AGENT DON NOMURA IS TRYING TO INTRODUCE U.S.-STYLE PLAYER REPRESENTATION TO JAPAN

By Franz Lidz

A NEW HIGH

Hours before Brett Favre checked into rehab, recording addict Dwight Gooden, his career nearly in ruin, reversed his fortunes with a no-hitter

By Tom Verducci

PART OF THE CROWD AFTER SEVERAL CONSPICUOUSLY TROUBLED YEARS, THE MARLINS' GARY SHEFFIELD IS HAPPY TO BLEND INTO THE MIAMI SCENE

By Tom Verducci

Tennis

MORE LENGTH, MORE STRENGTH LONGER RACKETS ARE PROVIDING POWER TO THE GAMES OF EVEN THE SHORTEST PLAYERS

By David Sparrow

Pro Football

Brett Favre Details How the Pain of Playing in the NFL Led to His Addiction to Painkillers

By Peter King

NBA Playoffs

PICKED OFF LED BY ITS DYNAMIC DUO, GARY PAYTON AND SHAWN KEMP, SEATTLE OUTDID UTAH'S PAIR OF ACES FOR A 2-0 LEAD IN THE WEST

By Phil Taylor

Track & Field

FAST TIMES IN HOTLANTA DESPITE STIFLING WEATHER, A FIRECRACKER FIELD LIT UP THE NEW OLYMPIC TRACK WITH SEVEN 1996 WORLD BESTS

By Tim Layden

NHL Playoffs

COMING OF AGE ED JOVANOVSKI, FLORIDA'S TOUGH TEENAGED ROOKIE, HAS HELPED PUT SOME NEW TEETH IN THE PANTHERS' QUEST FOR A CUP

By Michael Farber

Horse Racing

NIGHT AND DAY PAT DAY TURNED A TRAINER'S SNUB INTO HIS FIFTH PREAKNESS VICTORY, ABOARD LOUIS QUATORZE

By William F. Reed

SAN ANTONIO LOOKS FOR ANSWERS AFTER YET ANOTHER PLAYOFF EXIT KARL PONDERS A SABBATICAL NIXING SOME KNICKS

By Jackie MacMullan

THE PHILLIES' ROOKIE ACE IS OFF TO A 6-1 START FOR THE BRAVES, NO JUSTICE THE MAJORS' MOST UNDERRATED PLAYERS

By Tim Kurkjian

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

Sitting Bull

Phil Jackson may invoke Sioux lore and zen mysticism in coaching Michael Jordan & Co., but the real message: Play smart basketball

By Richard Hoffer

THE OLD HEAVE-HO FANS' TOSSING THINGS, BE THEY CONFECTIONS OR CRITTERS, HAS LOST WHATEVER CHARM IT ONCE HAD

By Michael Farber

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