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Magazine articles on sports in general, the olympics, and recreation.
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August 2, 2000
Diane Seo
Sports magazines start to sweat Why hot Web sites and flat ad revenue portend more Anna Kournikova covers for Sports Illustrated. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
July 28, 2000
Allen Barra
Sports Econ 101 Team owners don't want you to know it, but player salaries and ticket prices have nothing to do with each other. mark for My Articles 174 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
July 6, 2000
Tim Layden
Runyan's focus is sharper than ever We journalists are cynical mercenaries whose emotions don't stray far beyond what makes a good story. However, the stereotype has flaws. (For one, we aren't supposed to use words like "assiduously," so there you go). Some athletes simply demand to be rooted for. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 28, 2000
Frank Deford
Putting sports on the map As anybody except the nerds should know, the real reason that boys do better at geography is sports. From an early age, you see, boys follow sports. And you have to know your geography to follow sports. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
October 14, 1999
Lance Gould
Give me an "oy!" Jewish athletes are on the rise -- mazel tov! mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 15, 2000
Tim Layden
O'Brien is incognito, but not irrelevant Since coming out of hiding to win the Goodwill Games dec in the summer of '98, Dano has been further underground than David Lee Roth. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 13, 2000
Leigh Montville
Skull and crossbones Reason for Stevens' Smythe selection disturbing: He is the first MVP I can remember in any sport who was selected for total body count, rather than goals or assist. His most impressive credential was that he put five players from the opposition out of action during the long tournament. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 1, 2000
Tim Layden
Popularity contest Successful teams are a big draw for prospective students mark for My Articles 201 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 31, 2000
The martial artistes Sport, of course, evolved from warfare, and in many games, the athlete is still presumed to be a surrogate warrior. We in the grandstands, are, of course, unindicted conspirators, and our appreciation of violence is different only in degree from what you see the barbarous Roman populi cheering for in the current Gladiator movie... mark for My Articles 69 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 30, 2000
Brian Cazeneuve
Inside Olympic Sports Triathlete Hunter Kemper... Cyclist Nicole Freedman... Juan Antonio Samaranch, etc. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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