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February 23, 1998 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

One Down, One to Go

By Cameron Morfit

News & Notes

Edited By Kevin Cook

Bottom Lines

Compiled By Gary B.Smith

Enough Is Enough

By Greg Norman

Gender Clash Could Sorenstam and Webb keep up with the big boys?

By Rick Lipsey

This Week

By Cameron Morfit

Seeing Red When John Huston heated up, Hawaii was hit with a record low

By Gary Van Sickle

Taking One For The Team Battered by the Martin case, Tim Finchem nonetheless deserves respect

By John Garrity

Catching Up With...

Mike Peterson, High School Phenom August 9, 1971

By Jeff Pearlman

Winter Olympics

Hidden Forces During a week at the Winter Olympics, obscure athletes driven by invisible powers created the most glorious moments

By Steve Rushin

Street Fighting Picabo Street and Hermann Maier overcame adversity to win gold, but did unrest in Street's camp hinder her quest for another medal?

By Tim Layden

Spin City Intimations of greatness from young champion Ilia Kulik lent fresh excitement to the men's competition, but the plot took a familiar twist in the pairs and the dance

By E.M. Swift

Pro Basketball

A Penny Spent? With his health and leadership in question, the Magic's Penny Hardaway was trying to pump up his deflated stock while playing hurt and coping with a raft of trade rumors

By Phil Taylor

Motor Sports

The Hunt's Over After 19 failed attempts, seven-time Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt finally won his first Daytona 500--and even a guy as ornery as the Man in Black got a little misty over that

By Ed Hinton

College Basketball

The Young And The Restless

The best prospects frequently arrive on campus—if they ever get there—with an outsized sense of entitlement that too often sets them adrift

By Alexander Wolff


Out In The Cold Again Though he has done nothing but win in his 10 seasons as a manager, Davey Johnson heads into another spring without a job

By Tom Verducci

Golf [bonus Piece]

Driven Mad

After winning the 1991 British Open, Ian Baker-Finch lost his game and, in a desperate effort to find it, nearly lost his mind

By Rick Reilly



Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Michael Farber

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan, Marty Burns

Garbage In, Garbage Out

By David Sabino

Post Master Tyrone Hill of the Bucks gives the lowdown on D down low

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside College Basketball

Inside College Basketball

By Kelli Anderson; B.J. Schecter

Jason Williams Florida's flashy guard knows no limitations but is acknowledging others'

By Ivan Maisel

A Whack Start For A Goofy Sport

By Rick Reilly


I Am Woman, Watch Me Soar The first female pole vaulting at the Millrose Games was a sight to behold

By Merrell Noden

Hooked On Hoops

By Charles Hirshberg

Leading Off

Immersed In His Work Marine cinematographer Al Giddings has filmed in every ocean on the planet

By Michael Finkel Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien



By Gerry Callahan; E.M. Swift Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

Faces in the Crowd

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien