Sports Leisure Archive

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January 2007 Legends

January 2007 Legends

Jackie Miller Walburn's 50-year-old basketball scoring records are still standing.

January 2007
Larry Munson: The Voice of the Game

Larry Munson: The Voice of the Game

Falling sugar, hobnail boots and all, Larry Munson has called UGA football for four decades.

December 2006

2006 Silver Spoon Awards

For the fifth year, Georgia Trend's dining critic names the state's top 10 restaurants, salutes a score of high achievers and finds a few more that are not to be missed.

November 2006

Tech Support

Football great Taz Anderson now scores fund-raising dollars for his school instead of points.

November 2006
Evander And Me

Evander And Me

How the Atlanta Boys Club sparked a pair of boxing careers — one with real staying power.

October 2006

Legends: On The Run

Wyomia Tyus, once the fastest woman in the world, arrived four years ahead of schedule. She was a teenager, a mere freshman at Tennessee State University. Her coach, Edward Temple, was grooming her for the 1968 Olympics. But Tyus had her own timetable. And she wanted Olympic gold.

October 2006
In The Thick Of Battle

In The Thick Of Battle

George William Mathews, Jr., one of the greatest and most successful Yellow Jackets of them all, wanted to attend the University of Georgia, not Georgia Tech.

October 2006

The Olympic Legacy

Ten summers after the 1996 Games delivered the world to Atlanta, the city's economy, its population, its landscape and its image are changed forever. But the man who brought the Olympics here says it was always about sports and athletic competition.

August 2006
The Ultimate Rivalry

The Ultimate Rivalry

Boys' High and Tech High delighted football fans around the state, not just Atlanta.

July 2006
Staying On Track

Staying On Track

At UGA, Cedartown's Kermit Perry ran for glory on the cinders.

June 2006
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