Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews (81) takes a touchdown pass to the end zone during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Texas, Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, in Dallas, Texas. Oklahoma won 29-24.
Aaron Judge won the world’s adoration earlier tonight for denying manchild ballhawk Zack Hample a baseball. (It also kept the game scoreless, but who cares about those details?) Here are some more wire photos of the catch for your enjoyment:
The baseball soared into the early-morning blackness, heading toward the left-field foul pole. Tracking the flight of the ball he’d just hit, Carlton Fisk began to frantically flap his arms in an effort to will it fair.
NBA teams have taken their requisite pictures which can be disseminated in promotional materials you’ll probably throw away almost immediately, but it’s unfair to condemn the practice of making enormous people pose in dumb ways with balls, since the result is so wonderfully goofy. Here are, for one reason or another,…
The photo above shows Everton striker Wayne Rooney antagonizing the nearby Manchester City fans after he’d just scored against the home team during yesterday’s match. The keen-eyed Twitter user @Mirallas noticed that this picture bears a striking resemblance to another post-goal Rooney celebration at City’s stadium,…
Because of a perfectly placed ball to Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini and some impeccable timing by AP photographer Boris Grdanoski at the UEFA Super Cup, the world has been blessed with this holy image of the beautiful game.
Canadian rider Antoine Duchesne was one of the last cuts from Direct Energie’s Tour de France team. The team decided not to bring sprinter Brian Coquard, which made Duchesne’s role on the team somewhat unnecessary. All that training for nothing is a huge bummer, especially because Duchesne turned his legs into…
Donald Trump is pretty weird about sports. He supposedly has a philosophical opposition to exercise on the grounds that the human body has a limited amount of energy that gets depleted by working out, his son boasts about unrealistic CrossFit achievements, and, as he showed this morning on the golf course, he’s not…
The Monte-Carlo Masters in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France, is perhaps the most photogenic and least accessible of all tennis tournaments. Live vicariously through these shots of elite athletes competing in a place where rich people go to lose enormous sums.
What’s your favorite photo of Roger Goodell in this series from 1987? You have three choices: Nice To Meet You Goodell, Half-Smile Goodell, and Stern Goodell. In order:
(AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
ACC mascots in Brooklyn for the conference tournament try, and fail, to entertain 13-month old Evelyn Robinson. Photo: Kathy Willens/AP Images.
The attack began in the early morning hours of Sept. 5, 1972, when eight armed Palestinians affiliated with the Black September Organization snuck into the Olympic Village in Munich. They made their way to 31 Connollystrasse, where the Israeli delegation was housed, killed two men and took nine others hostage.
Associated Press photojournalist Mark J. Terrill is one of the best shooters working in sports today, and his shot from today’s All-Star Celebrity Shootout of Chris Pronger drilling Justin Bieber is amazing. Here’s the full frame:
Amanda Nunes obliterated Ronda Rousey tonight, ending the former champ’s comeback attempt in a mere 48 seconds. Here’s how the fight looked through the lens of MMA’s best photojournalists:
Enjoy the Christmas miracle Wesley Johnson, Lou Williams, and a fast-thinking photographer produced last night.
When freelance photojournalist Ian Bradshaw went to Twickenham Stadium in the spring of 1974 to cover a rugby union friendly between England and France, he expected to shoot nothing more than another bloodbath between two fierce rivals. He returned instead with an instantly iconic photograph that signaled the start of…
You may have read Hunter S. Thompson’s famous article recounting the rampant debauchery at the Kentucky Derby and thought you’d glimpsed the true, beating heart of insane white people shit. But you’d have been mistaken. It’s not until you see these photos of the Melbourne Cup, Australia’s most drunken and depraved…
Low-angle end-zone photographs already make the NFL look like a video game, and the Dolphins’ newly renovated stadium, plus a lovely sky, makes everything here feel slightly sharper than reality.