Showing 1 - 10 of 14 Stories for Ernst Haas
EVERYBODY GETS INTO THE ACT
... unjaded palate might best catch the taste of the day, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED last year sent talented Austrian Photographer Ernst Haas to the scene of action.
SKIING IN THE KALEIDOSCOPE
If you plan to go to France this winter, leave your preconceptions behind and you will find in the kaleidoscopic scene reflected in Ernst Haas's photographs on ...
THE SIREN SONG OF SOTOGRANDE
A resort may begin with little more than the lure of the sunlit seaâ€”a glitter that draws the traveler and developer in equal measure. But if it is to be located on the ...
The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
Ernst Haas 6. John D. Hanlon 6. Richard Jeffery 6. Caryn Levy 6. Co Rentmeester 6. Brian Seed 6. Dan Weiner 6. Simon Bruty 5. Tony Duffy 5
THE QUESTION: Which team is most improved in your league?
PAUL RICHARDSManagerBaltimore OriolesI think that the Chicago White Sox and the Cleveland Indians are the most improved. It's a tossup between them.
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
ERNST HAAS: Nov. 26, 1956; Aug. 31, 1959; April 25, 1960; Nov. 13, 1967; Jan. 13, Nov. 17, 1969. ROBERT HAGEDOHM: Feb. 26, 1979.
JUMPERS, KNICKERS AND WINTER'S PRETTIEST GIRLS
... and helmet knit in a contemporary Italian black-and-white geometry and with black-and-white star-studded knicker socks. FIVE PHOTOS ERNST HAAS.
SURFERS AND SYBARITES
The thing about Puerto Rico that hits you hardest today is that it is suddenly all places under the winter-resort sun wrapped into one. It is Las Vegas action, Tahiti ...