It’s 2 years since boxing legend, Marvelous Hagler, died at the age of 66. Sports History Weekly was one of the last publications to interview
For those who wonder why the country’s largest sports market hasn’t hosted a March Madness final since 1950, the answer lies
It’s one of humanity’s oldest sports, yet it was never organized until 2 men from a small town north of San Francisco took it from the backroom
In 2003, Adventure Sport Magazine named her the “Queen of Pain”. In 2004, Outside Magazine listed her as one
On the evening of May 3rd, 1989, Alexander Mogilny was celebrating his team’s sweeping victory at the Ice Hockey World Championships
There was a time when Israeli basketball was a fledgling enterprise like the Jewish state itself. In the early years, resources were limited
Even the New York Times couldn’t resist giving it a screaming headline on their ‘SportsMonday’ front-page: ‘Petty Wins Daytona
One of the leading NFL quarterbacks of the 1980s, Joe Theismann came out of Notre Dame as a Heisman Trophy contender
One of the most storied rivalries in sports history became so ingrained in popular culture that it was even recreated as a Broadway show
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Situated in the trendy Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO, Gleason’s Gym is the oldest active boxing gym in America.
“I love public speaking. I get to perform and I never get hurt,” says Karl Mecklenburg with a touch of humor that he typically reserves
In 1985, Libby Riddles became the first woman to conquer the Iditarod, the world’s most prestigious dog sled race.
The Polish press called it ‘Kentomania!’, an American basketball player who filled arenas beyond capacity
In 1984, Scott Hamilton became the first American male figure skater to win gold after a 24-year national drought.
In 1969, at the height of the U.S. involvement in Vietnam, a little-known conflict was simmering in the Western Hemisphere.
“There is no time to retire,” says Giacomo Agostini, the most successful motorcycle racer in MotoGP history.
A giant in sports journalism and one of the last remaining links to the craft’s golden age, Jerry Izenberg began his career when
The country that invented, codified and spread the most popular sport in the world has only one World Cup victory.
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