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February 24, 1992 | Volume 76, Issue 7

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Bonnie Blair Cover - Sports Illustrated February 24, 1992

February 24, 1992 | E.M. Swift

February 24, 1992 | Sally Jenkins
As Bonnie Blair won more gold, Dan Jansen endured more disappointment

February 24, 1992
A flier from the Unified Team got a real Alps high during the Olympic 120-meter team ski jumping, an event in which Finland, led by teenage sensation Toni Nieminen, won the gold medal.

February 24, 1992 | William Oscar Johnson

February 24, 1992 | William Oscar Johnson
Donna Weinbrecht of the U.S. and Edgar Grospiron of France aced the moguls

February 24, 1992 | Steve Rushin

February 24, 1992 | Sally Jenkins
Herschel Walker could push the U.S. only to seventh place

February 24, 1992 | E.M. Swift
After making the bizarre the norm, the Duchesnays went conservative and lost

February 24, 1992 | E.M. Swift
Tamara Moskvina, the colorful and innovative pairs skating coach for the Unified Team, needs no lessons in the art of marketing and self-promotion. Last week, when she wasn't overseeing the...

February 24, 1992 | Sally Jenkins

February 24, 1992
The Broad Street BulliesYour blanket characterizations of Fred Shero's Stanley Cup teams as goons and embarrassments are shortsighted and unfair (SCORECARD, Jan. 27). Yes, the Flyers did have...

February 24, 1992 | Hank Hersch

February 24, 1992 | Kelly Whiteside
New York University's Matt Sapolin is a top-notch wrestler who just happens to be blind

February 24, 1992 | Franz Lidz

February 24, 1992 | Alexander Wolff

February 24, 1992 | Jack McCallum
Midseason Highs and Lows

February 24, 1992 | Phil Taylor
A Wiz if Ever There Was

February 24, 1992 | Phil Taylor
MENFlorida State's Sam Cassell, a 6'3" junior guard, averaged 18.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.7 assists as the Seminoles defeated North Carolina State 87-79, Virginia 64-63 and Georgia Tech 80-67.

February 24, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf

February 24, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up]To Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboy quarterback, for pledging up to $20,000 to build a health and fitness center for youths in his hometown of Henryetta, Okla.

February 24, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
George Foreman, after taping an appearance on Home Improvement, an ABC sitcom about the host of a household repair TV show: "They asked me what I build. I told them, 'Sandwiches.' "

February 24, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Randy Stoklos recently became the first pro beach volleyball player to amass $1 million in career earnings. Said Stoklos, "People are going to look back at this milestone, and it will be talked...

February 24, 1992 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Jean-Claude Killy, who helped bring the 1992 Winter Olympics to the Savoie, was on our March 27, 1967, cover. Dan Jenkins described him as "the biggest thing in France since Bardot's bikini." In...

February 24, 1992 | Leigh Montville

February 24, 1992 | Clive Gammon

February 24, 1992 | Edited by Jon Scher
BrokenBy Martina Navratilova, the record for career singles championships in professional tennis, when she won the Virginia Slims of Chicago on Sunday. It was Navratilova's 158th tournament title,...

February 24, 1992
Ernest CheathamRICHMONDErnest, 11, went unbeaten in all 12 events as he won the 9-11 division of both the South Atlantic Boys Invitational gymnastics meet and the state gymnastics qualifying meet....

February 24, 1992 | Sonja Steptoe
Not only did Mike Tyson lose his rape case, but his lawyers perpetuated a racial stereotype