The Observer Sport Monthly magazine - John Terry cover (May 2006)
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The Observer Sport Monthly magazine - May 2006 (Issue 75) - John Terry cover
ZINA GARRISON - The pioneering tennis star spun into a vortex of food addictions and depression following her mother's death. Then, by pure chance, she saw a TV show that saved her life...
1 page feature & 1 full page photo
JOHN TERRY - "The man for all seasons" - In the summer of 2002, John Terry was in court, charged with affray. Many feared his life was slipping out of control. Now, the former YTS trainee has matured to become the best defender in England and an inspirational leader for Chelsea. He talks exclusively to Simon Garfield about fatherhood, tabloid intrusions, gambling and World Cup fever
8½ page interview & photos
(plus magazine cover photo)
SIMON JONES - Anatomy of... Simon Jones. The England cricketer they call 'the horse' talks about the body beautiful, his struggle with injuries - and clubbing in LA
2 page feature (includes large photo)
CESARE MAESTRI (CERRO TORRE) - In 1959, Cesare Maestri scaled the forbidding Patagonian peak in what was hailed as the greatest climbing feat of all time. The trouble is, his partner died on the way down and no one else could verify his tale. Controversy simmered. Had Maestri reached the top or not? Late last year, one man sest out to find the truth in the only way possible - by climbing the same dangerous route
6½ page mountaineering feature & photos
THE GREEN MONKEY - "He's never run a race, so why pay $16m for him?" The most powerful men in horse racing - John Magnier and Sheikh Mohammed - tested each other to the limit as bidding soared at a recent auction for an unproven two-year-old called The Green Monkey. But, as we reveal, the world-record price for the colt has as much to do with power struggles, ego and the stud farm as it does with big-race glory and prize money