July 22, 1996

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Ready To Rip

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Prime-time Performers

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A Galaxy of Foreign Stars

Ready To Rip 1213
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Ready To Rip

A powerful Canadian team strives for its best Summer Olympics
Prime-time Performers 2223
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Prime-time Performers

Chantal Petitclerc DETERMINATION ON WHEELS
A Galaxy of Foreign Stars 3233
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A Galaxy of Foreign Stars

They come from far and wide but share a single goal in Atlanta: to win Olympic gold
Sex and the Modern Athlete 3637
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Sex and the Modern Athlete

When 15,000 athletes and officials descend on the Olympic Village in Atlanta, they will find more than a few diversions. There are movie theatres, souvenir shops, a coffeehouse, a dance club, a bowling alley—even an electronic games pavilion, home to the latest in high-tech arcade machines, and a socalled Surf Shack, where athletes can explore the Internet.
The Drug Detectives 2829
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The Drug Detectives

Technological wizardry will try to keep the Olympics clean—but is it enough?
The future of home video 5253
Business

The future of home video

In a few years, the VCR may be obsolete
The Power and the Glory 1819
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The Power and the Glory

Donovan Bailey is poised to star in the Games’ main event
The Gainesville Gold Rush 1617
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The Gainesville Gold Rush

Canada’s powerful rowers stake their claim on Lake Lanier
Bungling the case 4041
Canada

Bungling the case

An inquiry concludes that Paul Bernardo could have been stopped
Acrimony inside the AIDS war 4243
Canada

Acrimony inside the AIDS war

Just 18 months ago, Suzana Murni Spiritia, a 24-year-old graphic artist living in Jakarta, Indonesia, tested positive for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. After giving her the grim news, Spiritia’s doctor recommended that she take the antiviral drug AZT to slow the virus’s steady assault on her immune system.
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