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GOLF PLUS

Winner, Winner

By Alan Shipnuck

Teeing Off

Why Pebble Rocks

If I had my way, every PGA Tour pro would have to play in the Clambake

By Peter Jacobsen

Past Perfect

By Dottie Pepper

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Secondary Prize

With the awards races all yawners, SI is handing out its own first-half trophies. The envelopes, please....

By Chris Mannix

Lincoln Legends

Fifth-year senior Kelsey Griffin has led the undefeated Nebraska women's program to its greatest season

By Kelli Anderson

SETH DAVIS'S Three-Pointer

By Seth Davis

On the Cheap

Even without a salary cap, most franchises will be frugal when the free-agent signing period kicks off

By Peter King

Vancouver 2010

THE SPIRIT IS BACK

After a somber start the Olympics were revitalized by the action on the slopes. Downhiller Bode Miller and snowboardcross ace Seth Wescott rode the wave

By Tim Layden

SPEED: A WAY OF LIFE, AND DEATH

After a fatal crash, the luge track was shortened for the sliders' safety. They weren't that grateful

By David Epstein

ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE TOP

By Phil Taylor

PLAYING SPOILER

A rededicated Hannah Kearney overcame Canada's moguls favorite to give the U.S. its first gold medal

By Michael Farber

APOLO STILL HAS HIS EDGE

By Brian Cazeneuve

TEAM CHINA TAKES FLIGHT

A boarder named Birdie shows that her country's winter ambition is no pipe dream

By S.L. Price

THE GREAT UNKNOWN

By Michael Farber

IT'S NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS

Broadcasting major sports events, that is, at least the way Al Michaels and Bob Costas do it. Neither is getting them in the same room, but NBC has both hosting the Vancouver Games. Do you believe in miracles?

By Joe Posnanski

MOTORSPORTS

A Bumpy Drive to Redemption

By Lars Anderson

BASEBALL

Hope Springs Eternal

By Ben Reiter

SEATTLE BASKETBALL

Brand OF BROTHERS

THE EMERALD CITY PRODUCES SOME OF THE NATION'S BEST BASKETBALL PLAYERS, A PROUD FRATERNITY WHOSE ALUMNI IN THE NBA ARE DEDICATED TO MENTORING YOUNGER TALENTS THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE

By Kelli Anderson

Point After

Whoa, Canada's New Tune

By Selena Roberts

Departments

Letters

Say Hey! Willie's Finally Found Joy

Willie Mays has brought so much happiness. At last he's allowing himself to savor it

By Joe Posnanski

Who's Hot Who's Not

Uphill Fighter

The most gallant race for U.S. skiing great Jimmie Heuga was against MS

For the Record

Again, a Potential Game Changer

Ed O'Bannon's suit may let athletes share in the NCAA's merchandising proceeds

By L. Jon Wertheim

Walking Tall into the Hall

For more than stats Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas are locks for Cooperstown

By Tom Verducci

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Flags on The Play

The feds nail a sports-oriented financial firm

By Pablo S. Torre

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Elizabeth McGarr

The Vault

Things I Think I Think

By Peter King