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    A Single Frame

    A Single Frame

    Sports Illustration has been around as long as organized sports have. From Olympians on Grecian urns to our modern digital drawings, illustration expresses something no camera can capture: the entirety of sport in a single frame.

    • 20 min
    The Iron Men of Sewanee

    The Iron Men of Sewanee

    Who is the greatest college football team of all time? They hail from Tennessee, but it’s not the Vols. Rather it's the 1899 Sewanee Tigers, who after beating 5 teams in 6 days by a collective score of 91-0 were known simply as the “Iron Men.” Here's their story.

    • 17 min
    The Alliance

    The Alliance

    The Alliance of American Football is not the first to try and set up a second football league. In the past half century, the Alliance is the 5th challenger to the NFL’s throne. That means roughly every 10 years an upstart takes a shot at winning its piece of the football pie. This February 9th the AAF will add its name to the list of gridiron upstarts, learning from the mistakes of those that came before to try and do something so much harder than it sounds and give America what it wants. Football.

    • 35 min
    Knuckle Up

    Knuckle Up

    Bare Knuckle boxing isn’t a street fight. It’s one of the oldest organized sports around. It’s strategic. It’s fast paced. It’s skillful. And it’s making a comeback. On June 2nd 2018 Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship will hold what they’re billing as the first legal, sanctioned and regulated fight since 1889. To once again reach the
    pinnacle of combat sports in America Bare Knuckle Boxing will have to overcome a stigma of brutality and years of being forced underground.

    • 23 min
    International Rules

    International Rules

    Sports love their hometown heroes, but for every LeBron James there is an Anton Tinnerholm. Tinnerholm left his native Sweden in January to come and play soccer for NYCFC. Being a professional athlete is tough. Being a professional athlete in a foreign land is downright daunting.

    • 19 min
    Miyagi Do: Ralph Macchio on 34 Years as the Karate Kid

    Miyagi Do: Ralph Macchio on 34 Years as the Karate Kid

    When the Karate Kid came out in 1984, Ralph Macchio as his on-screen counterpart Daniel LaRusso became an American martial arts icon and kicked off a karate craze that swept America. 34 Years later, he reprises his role as a good-hearted karate practitioner from New Jersey in the YouTube Red series Cobra Kai. Harry Swartout sits down with the Karate Kid himself to learn about the original film, new series and the Miyagi-like balance between the two.

    • 20 min

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