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Fight to the Finish

In the lead, final round, major championship, with competitors breathing down her neck, Suzann Pettersen had failed before. This time she came through like a champion

By Kelli Anderson

What a Warmup!

Besides a great finish by Woody Austin, the last stop before the Open had something for everyone

By Gary Van Sickle

Caddie Whack

Scott Piercy's Ultimate win

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Patti McGowan

The Pepper Mill

By Dottie Pepper

Teeing Off: Views and Voices

By James P. Herre

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Rory Sabbatini

As told to Joe Lemire

WHO'S Hot / WHO'S Not

No Country for Old Men

The NFL union chief doesn't always give retired players the respect they deserve

For the Record

Clete Boyer 1937--2007

My One and Only

Players stuck on the loneliest number

By Ben Reiter

THE QUESTIONS WITH Brad Wilkerson

RANGERS / OUTFIELDER

Breaking News

When bad things happen to good trophies

Miami's Reagan Era

A rookie with South Seas roots is already making an impact

By David Epstein

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

Pioneer Woman

A book and a movie retell the story of Ruffian

By Adam Duerson

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

NBA FINALS

Taking Care of Business

The Spurs' airtight play in the Finals put Cavaliers star LeBron James--like a certain mafia don--on the verge of being silenced

By Jack McCallum

STANLEY CUP FINALS

Sibling Revelry

The family reunion in Anaheim for Scott and Rob Niedermayer was made complete with the brothers hoisting the Stanley Cup together

By Michael Farber

Pro Football

Moss Appeal

At his first Patriots minicamp, wideout Randy Moss looked like a new man. Can a player disparaged for his work ethic succeed in an all-for-one ethos?

By Peter King

Tennis

Trey Bien

Rafael Nadal and Justine Henin once again ruled the French Open, winning their third straight titles in grand fashion on Roland Garros's terre battue

By S.L. Price

Horse Racing

Lady First

No Triple Crown on the line? No problem. Showing the boys a thing or two, Rags to Riches raced into the history books at the Belmont, holding off the favorite in a stirring stretch duel

By Tim Layden

Motor Sports

'Better Than Sex'

That's how Formula One phenom Lewis Hamilton described winning his first pole. Imagine how F/1's first black driver felt about his historic win in Montreal last weekend

By Alexander Wolff

Omar Minaya

The Story of O

How did Omar Minaya, the major leagues' first Hispanic general manager, turn the Mets back into contenders? By welcoming one and all into his ever-expanding circle

By Gary Smith

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

NASCAR

By Mark Beech

Olympics

By Phil Taylor

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

Life of Reilly

Home Economics

By Rick Reilly

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