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Football’s Greatest: Who is the greatest running back of all time? How about the most dominant team in NFL history? What was the best play ever? Sports Illustrated has polled its experts, asking them to list their Top 10 answers to these and other questions that football fans have been debating ever since the pigskin starting flying. This new, 288-page book, packed with 150 photos and diagrams, will rank the best of the best, explaining the methodology while paying tribute to those chosen with material from SI’s rich historical archive. Released in time for the 2012 holiday season, this is a touchdown for any true NFL fan.
- At the Fights: Inside the World of Professional Boxing: One of the nation’s premiere photographers, Howard Schatz, tackles the sport of boxing in a way no one has before with his new book, At the Fights. Born out of a six-year study and exploration into the sport, this book is a magnificent collection of award-winning photographs and revealing interviews of boxing’s current champions and key movers and shakers including promoters, managers, referees, judges and trainers. The 224 page book captures boxing’s current, recent and legendary champions with 320 breath-taking photographs that will fascinate not only sports fans, but those who value original, cutting-edge photography and fine art.
· Pittsburgh Steelers: Pride in Black and Gold: Sports Illustrated commemorates the 80th anniversary of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the most successful franchise in NFL History. With 176 pages, including 150 full-color photos and an introduction by SI senior writer Tim Layden, Pittsburgh Steelers: Pride in Black and Gold captures the team through the eyes of the world’s most accomplished sports photographers and writers. The book showcases players and performances, crucial moments and classic rivalries, and the unprecedented six Super Bowl championship runs that have helped make the Pittsburgh Steelers America’s team.
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