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Shot From The Heart Great sports pictures are the product of technology, ingenuity and passion
But Marvin Newman had a feeling, went away from the close-up, and he got one of the two or three best-known sports pictures ever. That takes
Play With Time The best sports photography stops the clock, forever: On these pages Joe Namath is still No. 1 and Jackie Robinson is still stealing home
Marvin Newman, who began shooting sports for the Associated Press in 1952, recalls the foot-dragging resistance to 35-mm from the
Moment Of Truth
There was no action in the TCU locker room before the 1957 Cotton Bowl, but what Marvin Newman photographed there is as close to the ...
The Oral History of Johnny Football
Friends, family, coaches and Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel himself explain how he went from hypercompetitive Texas tot to best player in the nation
Bang for the Bucs Bill Mazeroski's epic home run 40 years ago capped the wackiest World Series of them all
Sport as much as steel has cast the image of Pittsburgh to theworld. Pittsburghers have used sport to tell a story about whothey are both to ...
LE MANS! SPEED, BREAD AND WINE
In a blur of flashing color the victorious Ferrari of the 1960 Grand Prix of Endurance rushes past the camera of Marvin Newman, who here and in six fallowing ...
Peyton Manning: 2013 Sportsman of the Year
Two years after his career appeared in jeopardy, the Broncos' quarterback is burnishing his legacy with a record-breaking season, further inspiring a legion of Peytons to strive for excellence in his (and their) name
The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
A Raccoon Coat, a Flask and Thou Beside Me
A November snowfall makes football especially delightful for spectators, but on the field it becomes an eerie and chilly ballet for the players