College Hoops Takes New York

March Madness descended on New York City last week, with both the ACC and the Big East holding their men’s basketball tournaments at Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden, respectively. Photographers from The Players’ Tribune were on the scene at both arenas,…

40–0

The Players' Tribune went behind-the-scenes with heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder as he successfully defended his title against Luis Ortiz and extended his career record to 40-0.

A Foot-to-the-Floor Farewell

Games Faces

Meet 28 members of Team USA, all of whom are ready to put the win in Winter Games.

Dig if You Will My Pictures

When I asked The Players’ Tribune if I could be a guest photographer on the sidelines of Super Bowl LII, I knew there was a chance I’d get to see the Eagles win their first Super Bowl. In my lifetime,…

Our 17 Favorite Photos From 2017

Athletes and their families gave photographers from The Players’ Tribune extraordinary access in 2017. Below are our 17 favorite images of the year.

My Last Run at Talladega

When I was a little kid, we got to go to a handful of racetracks every year, and Talladega was always a fun trip. There was a pay-to-ride go-kart track down near the hotels that all the drivers and everybody…

Day One

Today, we ring in a new era of Marlins baseball. The journey starts now.

Dream Fearlessly

TPT Assist recently hosted a special athlete panel featuring Jerry Stackhouse, Jay Williams, Ibtihaj Muhammad, Marcedes Lewis and Anthony (Spice) Adams for over 100 kids at the Hollywood YMCA in Los Angeles.

His F****** City

This past weekend, the Red Sox retired David Ortiz’s number 34, and the city of Boston joined together to honor Big Papi. Former White House photographer Pete Souza was on hand to capture all the highlights for The Players’ Tribune.

Forever a Yankee

As a kid, getting my number retired by the Yankees wasn't something I thought about even in my wildest dreams.

Can You Dig … My Favorite Pictures?

Shaquille O’Neal picks out his favorite Los Angeles Lakers photos, and memories, from eight seasons in L.A. Yes, this is his real handwriting.