A profile of Chuck Blazer, “the man who built — and bilked — American soccer.”
Monday, June 9
Friday, June 6
How a bipolar diagnosis follows you from the top to the bottom of professional basketball.
Sunday, June 1
Wednesday, May 28
The story of a high school basketball star’s sexual abuse conviction and its aftermath, told from all sides.
Tuesday, May 27
The Chinese team heads to the home of elite running.
Friday, May 23
“Someone has sliced open soccer’s hourglass, and the sand has come pouring out on to the streets.”
Saturday, May 17
A profile of Bosnian striker Vedad Ibisevic, who has come home after escaping the war more than 20 years ago.
Thursday, May 15
“Formal bullfighting is an art, a tragedy, and a business. To what extent it is an art depends on the bulls and the men who are hired to kill them, but it is always a tragedy and it is always a business.”
Tuesday, May 13
A Little League season in Camden, New Jersey, where the murder rate is 17 times the national average.
Monday, May 12
Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali, 20 years after their final fight.
Saturday, May 10
The Muay Thai fighters of Klong Prem.
Thursday, May 8
An oral history of the 2002 Western Conference finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings.
Previously: Jonathan Abrams on the Longform Podcast.