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 It’s 17 years …
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
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“There is no time to retire,” says Giacomo Agostini, the most successful motorcycle racer in MotoGP history.
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Forty-five years ago, Reggie Jackson knocked 3 home runs in the 6th game of the World Series, catapulting the storied New York Yankees
Beloved, respected, and even idolized, Ayrton Senna was one of the world’s leading drivers on the Formula One circuit when he met death
He flung Nazi salutes at Jewish fans when fascism was on the rise and hurled racist epithets when MLB’s first black player took to the plate.
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