Sports & Fitness

Who Shot Sportssports
A major show at the Brooklyn Museum and accompanying book investigate what gives a sports photograph staying power.


  • Golden FramesGolden Frames
    Photographer Ezra Shaw on the greatest sports gig: the Olympic Games. Plus the instant journey of Olympic images from camera to customer.

  • Olympic ArtOlympic Art
    David Burnett regularly covers the Olympics from an outsider’s viewpoint—the one nobody else manages to notice.

  • SportsIn the Moment
    Few genres of photography present as many challenges as action sports. Meet the masters of the split-second frame.

  • AdventureGrand Adventures
    Three pro image makers share stories and shooting tips in the great outdoors, from the Western US to the peaks of Nepal.

  • Staying Injury-FreeInjuryFree
    How can you increase running mileage and prevent injuries? Here’s what fitness gurus and medical experts say.

  • sunny_hours-150x150Rich in Sunny Hours
    In uncertain economic times, running offers steady comfort, personal solace and a store of psychological wealth.

  • HillsRuns for the Hills
    An uphill climb does a body good. Here’s how, why, and where to run hill-repeat workouts in the five boroughs.


  • Run the Bridges
    Here’s a fun run that encompasses 12 bridges, 18 miles, two New York City boroughs, and one big adventure.

  • You Will Not QuitTriathlete Diabetic
    Jay Hewitt is a world-class triathlete, determined competitor and motivational speaker—and a Type 1 diabetic.

  • woodsManhattan’s North Woods
    Alternative running trails take you into the natural beauty that once adorned New York City’s densest borough.

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