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85-year-old Hal Bock spent 4 decades at The Associated Press (AP), penning articles on 30 World Series, 30 Super Bowls, 11 Olympics more
“I think this team we have is going to do very well,” says Charles Austin of the U.S. Track & Field squad prepping for the Paris Olympics more
Sports Illustrated (SI), the literary institution that weaved sports into the fabric of American culture for 3 generations, is turning 70 years more
Officially called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game”, the first Super Bowl was little more than an inconsequential game more
Iona Sports Media Professor Mike Damergis talks with Super Bowl '86 & '90 champion, Mark Collins more
She was the first female skater to land a double axel in competition. Carol Heiss, with her captivating smile and All-American girl appeal more
Iona Sports Media Professor Mike Damergis talks with 5x Pro-Bowler and NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, Chuck Foreman more
Shep Messing spent 7 seasons as goalkeeper in the North American Soccer League, sharing the pitch with legends such as Pele, more
A living legend in the world of tennis, Australia’s Margaret Smith-Court won the first of her 24 Grand Slams before John F. Kenndy more
Sean Logan, an attorney who played lacrosse for the Naval Academy before entering the Marine Corps, said this of his high school football coach more
Sitting ringside at Madison Square Garden (MSG) were boxing’s royalty: Sugar Ray Robinson, Ezzard Charles, and Jersey Joe Walcott. more
Devon Harris was co-founder of the Jamaica national bobsled team, an upstart squad of warm weather athletes more
The Allies were on their offensive drive towards Germany, General Douglas MacArthur was back in the Philippines, and the Army-Navy “Game of the Century” more
Not many athletes have a National Hall of Fame Museum named after them, but Dan Gable stands in a class of his own. more
"It was a victory of innocents," says Dennis McNally, the Grateful Dead's publicist, as he recalls the historic event in conversation more
Iona Sports Media Professor Mike Damergis interviews Sammy White, former Vikings WR and 1976 Rookie of the Year. more
Iona Sports Media Professor Mike Damergis talks with 2x, New York Giants Super Bowl Champ, Kareem McKenzie more
On November 15, 1979, the Washington Post wrote: “Morgan State is the leading passing team in the MEAC but more
“It’s been an incredible journey with Harley to bring bagger racing to the forefront of motorcycle racing in the U.S.,” says Kyle Wyman. more
The numbers speak for themselves: 50,000 runners, 5 starting waves, 250 gallons of Gatorade concentrate, and 1,500 portable toilets. more
“My time finally arrived and I’m going to enjoy every minute of it. Other than the birth of my son, nothing compares to this." more
Iona Sports Media Professor Mike Damergis interviews Karl Mecklenburg about his incredible career in the NFL with the 1980s Broncos. more
In 1998, the Philadelphia Phillies named 87-year old Robert Cotter 'Fan of the Century' and presented him with an more
Shaul Ladany is a walking miracle, literally and figuratively. The 86-year old Israeli is a 2-time Olympian who survived both the Holocaust more
Big things come in small packages. At 5’3, Muggsy Bogues was the shortest player ever to be drafted into the NBA where he spent 14 seasons more
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