In a Plano bowling alley one night, Bill Fong came so close to perfection that it nearly killed him.
An account of the 60 minutes after a heavyweight fight at Madison Square Garden that left one boxer with permanent brain damage.
On the talent, ego, and late father of Bryant Gumbel.
On October 17, 1973, John McClamrock was paralyzed playing high school football. Doctors doubted he would make it through the night. But he and his mother refused to give up—for more than three decades.
The liberation of the Williams sisters.
The story of a small town just outside Pittsburgh that has suffered through a half-century of economic decline, racial tension, and endless crime. Despite that trajectory, or perhaps because of it, Aliquippa has also produced an astounding number of NFL players.
On the start of the high school football season in Odessa, Texas. An adaptation published alongside the release of Bissinger’s 1990 book of the same name, which led to the movie and the show.
On the joys of watching the winningest tennis player of all time play live at Wimbledon.
When deep sea diver Dave Shaw reached the bottom of Bushman’s Hole, he discovered the body of Deon Dreyer. Though Dreyer had been gone for 10 years, Shaw was determined to bring him back.