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Comeback Kid: Gordie Howe’s Return to Hockey
Looking back at some of Neil Leifer photos of the legend.
Uncovering Unseen Jackie Robinson Photos
SI has published new photos of the iconic athlete.
Jackie Robinson Day: Never-Before-Seen Photos of the Icon
In celebration of this day, we unearthed these images by legendary photographer Richard Meek from the SI Vault.
Candid Camera: Arnie and Jack
Walter Iooss Jr.’s iconic photo of two golf legends
Game On: Basketball at Its Purest
While March Madness takes center stage, hoops obsessives take to their own courts.
Celebrating Women’s History Month Through Iconic SI Photos
In honor of Women’s History Month, here are some of Sports Illustrated’s best photos of iconic women athletes throughout the years.
When the GOATs Come Back
SI has photographed the unretiring of some of the greatest athletes of all time.
Happy Returns: 24 Athletes Who Came Out of Retirement
With his decision to return to the NFL, Tom Brady becomes the latest in a long line of athletes to reverse course after retiring.
Images and Stories That Honor International Women’s Day
From Lisa Lane to Simone Biles, here are some of the stories behind the photos.
Shaq Through the Years: Celebrating the Big Man’s 50th Birthday
The Big Aristotle, The Diesel, Superman—the list of Shaq’s nicknames goes on. And so do the memories during a Hall of Fame career as we look back on his birthday milestone.
The First Time Steve Smith Sr. Was in SI
The former All-Pro wideout still keeps a copy of his SI cover, too.
The Images Missed Without Spring Training
Walter Iooss Jr. always enjoyed the settings and vibe of spring training.
Frigid, Icy Conditions Make Photographing the 2022 Olympics Especially Cool
Dek: Photographers are encountering subzero temps, (real and fake) snow, icy mountain climbs and more.
The Super Bowl Returns to Greater Los Angeles
For the first time since 1993, the Super Bowl comes back to where it all started.
Looking Back at the Last Time the Olympics Were in Beijing
The city hosted the Summer Games in 2008.
The Teen Snowboarder Hoping to Break Out in Beijing
Ben Pickman and Kohjiro Kinno caught up with Dusty Henricksen last year, looking ahead to the 2022 Olympics.
Driving Through the Snowy Alps To Photograph American Skiers
After a car accident, Thomas Lovelock continued on to photograph two covers for SI’s Olympics preview.
This Is What It Looked Like The Last Time Georgia Won It All
The 1981 Sugar Bowl featured Herschel Walker—and an innovative use of strobe lights.
How SI Captured NBA Stars’ Every Move During a Game
Looking for a unique way to photograph the 2000–21 season, SI created unique composites of three star guards.
Surfing on New Year’s Eve—in Rhode Island
Photographing winter surfing in New England.
The Long Ride: Bull Riding Goes Back To Its Roots
Erick W. Rasco got behind-the-scenes access for Pro Bull Riding’s Elite series.
Sports Illustrated’s Best Photos of 2021
SI’s photographers captured the greatest athletes, moments and competitions of the past year.
Capturing the Emotion of Tom Brady, SI’s Sportsperson of the Year
Simon Bruty explains how he tries to photograph the all-time-great QB
Looking back on the NBA’s 75 Years in SI Photos
We handpicked some of our favorite shots from over the decades.
Ohio State Vs. Michigan: Looking Back on ‘The Spot,’ Five Years On
In the rivalry’s 100th meeting, they played their first overtime game.
The Photographer in the Green Shirt
John Iacono became known for his sartorial choice.
Photos: Sports Legends Who Served in the Military
Time to honor the sacrifices of those people who have served in the armed forces—a group that includes several athletes.
The Hustle Never Stopped for Ping-Pong Legend Marty Reisman
He even tried with photographer Manny Millan on a $1 bet during a shoot.
Cool Summer: How Winter Olympians Train Without Winter
Three Winter Olympians shared how they're training in the lead-up to the Beijing Games.
Trae Young, Luka Dončić and the SI Cover From Two Shoots
After careful planning, photos taken in Atlanta and Dallas came together in one portrait.
Photo Gallery: Celebrating 75 Years of NBA Action
From Bird and Magic to Shaq and Kobe, we share our favorite images of the all-time greats.
For Hidden Gems Package, David E. Klutho Didn’t Know What to Expect
The photographer helped tell the stories of unheralded American sports venues.
Photos: The Hidden Gems of Sports
Sports Illustrated photographers traveled across the country to capture these local masterpieces.
A Famous LeBron James Cover Made Dreams Come True
How SI’s ‘The Chosen One’ cover helped set the stage for two careers.
In Hockey, ‘If You Saw It, You Missed It’
David E. Klutho explains the differences in photographing hockey now compared with 30-plus years ago.
Dak Prescott Smiles at His Scars
Photographer Michael J. Le Brecht II explains how he captured the QB’s ‘joy amongst it all.’
U.S. Open’s Atmosphere Brings Out the Best—and Worst—in Tennis Stars
Photographer Manny Millan covered his first U.S. Open in 1974.
Tiger’s 25 Years As a Pro, Captured in SI
Photographers describe their favorite images of Woods.
Sports Illustrated’s Best Photos of Tiger Woods
A collection of images from throughout his career so far.
Turning Reggie Bush Into an Oscar
The former USC star was turned into a replica of Hollywood’s biggest award.
Leading Off: Minor League Baseball Is Back
For more than a year, Minor League stadiums hosted everything, it seemed, but actual Minor League games. That finally changed in May.
SI Full Frame: The Cage
This streetball destination is where some of the greatest raw hoopers have earned their stripes.
Corn Was the Photographic MVP of ‘Field of Dreams’ Game
David E. Klutho was in Iowa to cover the event.
John Iacono’s Tiger Tale
Photographing boxer George Foreman led him to an encounter with a baby tiger and a German shepherd.
Photos: Triumph and Heartbreak at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
Sports Illustrated photographers captured the emotions of the 2020 Olympic Games
A Look at Team USA’s Biggest Olympic Names
A collection of Sports Illustrated photos of past and present big names of Team USA.
Q&A With Photographers in Tokyo
We asked about the differences in capturing these Olympics.
The Unique Eye of Sports Illustrated Photographers
Sports Illustrated photographers Simon Bruty, Kohjiro Kinno and Erick W. Rasco capture athletes in motion at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Picks and Fits at the NBA Draft
As players make their leaps to the pros, some use fashion to help introduce themselves to the world.
Best Photos from the Tokyo Olympics
From the Opening Ceremony through each day of competition, here are the top moments and pictures from the Tokyo Summer Olympics.