Famed French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue captures the spirit of early 20th-century athletics in a new anthology of …
Sports Illustrated’s 100 Funniest Photos
From Peyton Manning to Dan Marino – and even to Jack Nicholson – Sports Illustrated takes a look at its 100 funniest photos
What David Beckham Meant To Soccer, And The World
Measuring the impact of a global icon
Fergie Time: Alex Ferguson’s Illustrious Career in Photos
From Scottish soccer pro to knighted manager of the world’s most valuable sports team, Alex Ferguson, who announced his retirement on May 7, enjoyed astounding success.
Retirement for Alex Ferguson, the World’s Most Successful Football Manager—and a Headache for Manchester United
The legendary Scot has finally decided to call it a day
Remembering Pat Summerall, The Authoritative Voice of the NFL
The ex-NFL kicker, a broadcasting legend, didn’t need schtick.
From Showtime to the 21st Century: How Jerry Buss Owned L.A.
No one mixed show-biz and basketball like the longtime Lakers owner who died Monday at age 80.
Earl Weaver and the Ravens: Let Us Now Praise Baltimore
A legend dies and a franchise rises—and the city Baltimore returns to sports primacy
Stan Musial (1920 – 2013): A Salute to the Man
Remembering the St. Louis Cardinals legend
Johnny Pesky: A Legend Finally Takes Off His Uniform
Shortly after Johnny Pesky died on Aug. 13 at 92, a torrent of tributes and remembrances appeared on every Boston news site. Many had a common theme: the time I met Johnny Pesky.
Indian Chess Champ Viswanathan Anand Beats Age and Opponents
India may be the only country where a chess world champ gets mobbed in the street.
How Darts Star Jocky Wilson Played an Unlikely Role in British Pop Culture
It says much for the love and respect that Britain has for the game of darts that much of last weekend’s news was devoted to the passing away of the Scottish player Jocky Wilson
Gary Carter: A Baseball Career in Photos
The Hall of Fame catcher’s 21-year career included numerous awards and legendary moments