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Speed Skating

RACE AGAINST TIME NEOPHYTE LINDA RUNYON, A WALL STREET STAR, FACES LONG ODDS IN HER OLYMPIC QUEST

By John Solomon

NBA Extra

GETTING THE POINT INDIANA THOUGHT MARK JACKSON WAS TOO SLOW TO RUN THE TEAM--UNTIL IT TRIED TO WIN WITHOUT HIM

By David Fleming

MOST ENGAGING PLAYER?

By Tim Kurkjian

FOUL SHOOTING

By Tim Kurkjian

HOOP SCOOP

By Marty Burns

Catching Up With...

MARYLAND FORWARD ALBERT KING MARCH 17, 1980

By Seth Davis

Golf Plus

THE WHITE MONSTER STEVE ELKINGTON WON THE TOURNAMENT, BUT THE TALK OF THE TOUR WAS DORAL'S NEW SANDY DANDY

By Jaime Diaz

HOLDING PATTERN SANDY LYLE, ONCE NO. 1 IN THE WORLD, IS STUCK IN A SLUMP AS HIS EXEMPTION RUNS OUT

By Jaime Diaz

NEWS AND NOTES

BACKSPIN ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES

By Gary B. Smith

A DIFFERENT GAME

By Jerry Pate

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

High School Basketball

THE END OF THE ROAD WITH INDIANA BIDDING FAREWELL TO ITS ALL-COMERS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT, BOYS FROM SMALL TOWNS LIKE BATESVILLE TOOK A LAST SHOT AT A DREAM

By Alexander Wolff

College Basketball

AVANT GUARD A FIELD (OF 64) GUIDE TO THE NEW BREED OF PENETRATORS WHO WILL CONTROL THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

By Alexander Wolff

Out of the Shadows

Like her father, the distinguished writer John Edgar Wideman, Stanford point guard Jamila Wideman has had to docnfront a dark family legacy while attracting the limelight with her surpassing gift

By Gary Smith

College Football

THANK YOU PEYTON TO THE DELIGHT OF GRATEFUL VOLS FANS, PEYTON MANNING WILL SPEND ANOTHER YEAR PREPPING FOR THE NFL

By Tim Layden

Golf

FOOD FOR THOUGHT JESPER PARNEVIK, THE PGA TOUR'S HOT SWEDISH IMPORT, WILL TRY ANYTHING TO IMPROVE HIS BODY, MIND OR GAME

By Rick Reilly

Pro Basketball

LYING DOWN ON THE JOB? THOUGH THEIR INCESSANT LOSING MIGHT WIN THEM A POTENTIAL SAVIOR IN TIM DUNCAN, THE CELTICS SAY THEIR DEFEATS HAVE BEEN HONESTLY EARNED

By Jackie MacMullan

Inside The NBA

MALONE IS PLAYING LIKE AN MVP--NOT THAT ANYONE HAS NOTICED HILL'S LATEST CHALLENGE ISAIAH'S NOT-SO-EASY RIDE

By Jackie MacMullan

Point After

A LEAGUE OF HIS OWN FORMER PACERS STAR ROGER BROWN LEFT BEHIND A LEGACY AS THE ULTIMATE ABA PLAYER

By Mike Littwin

Departments

LETTERS

UMPS' ZERO TOLERANCE...ARIZONA STATE POINT-SHAVING PROBE...BASEBALL'S STRIKING FEATS...NCAA WEB SITES ...THE ABL CHAMPIONSHIP...IRABU'S AGENT GOES TOO FAR

By Johnette Howard EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

BOSTON, MASS. MARCH 8, 1997 THROWN TOGETHER, THESE BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY BUT SHOW THEIR HEAVY METTLE

By Merrell Noden