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Dedicated to the hobby of collecting graded CGC Sports Illustrated issues. Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, LeBron, Tiger Woods, Mahomes, Mantle, etc. All sports from NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NASCAR, Tennis, Olympics. Just like the sports card hobby has exploded since grading cards set a standard of value, the same is happening to collectible issues of Sports Illustrated. Just like PSA and Beckett grade sports cards, the same can be done with CGC for Sports Illustrated issues. Whether you're in this ...
 
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World-class hurdler Devon Allen's track season ended with a controversial call at the World Championships in Eugene. Now, the 27-year-old is trying to make a name for himself at Eagles training camp as roster cuts loom. Producer Jess Yarmosky checked in with NBC Sports Philadelphia's Reuben Frank and performance coach Steve Magness about how Allen'…
 
Episode 401 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews. First up is ESPN's Linda Cohn, who just signed a new deal with the network. Cohn shares stories about anchoring "SportsCenter" for the past 30 years, talks about how some anchors were unhappy about the network introducing the "Bottom Line" during "…
 
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Everyone sees the broken bones, torn ligaments and bloodied bodies of injured athletes, but many of their deepest scars are mental. A small group of athletes are pioneering the treatment of their mental health issues with psychedelic drugs, but as Julie Kliegman reports it's going to be a while before the sporting community rejects the taboo stigma…
 
With the upcoming additions of USC and UCLA, the Big 10 stretches from sea to shining sea, but what does that mean for college football? John Gonzalez is joined by SI Senior Writer Pat Forde to break down if the Big 10's West Coast expansion is good for the fans, the schools, the conference and college football as a whole. Follow @podcasts_si | @Jo…
 
2022 marked 50 years of Title IX, the landmark legislation that set the stage for gender equality in sports. SI staffers Kristen Nelson, Jamie Lisanti, Emma Baccellieri, and Julie Kliegman reflect on how far we've come, and what barriers are still preventing women in sports from achieving true equality. Follow @podcasts_si / @johngonzalez See omnys…
 
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What are the odds of catching a foul ball at a game, or being dealt a Royal flush in poker, or even being struck by lightning? Some things are rarer than others, and on this episode SI Senior Writer Jon Wertheim tells the unlikely tale of how Phillies OF Nick Castellanos became a meme by hitting oddly and hilariously-timed home runs again and again…
 
This week's "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is a celebration of the show's 400th episode. Jimmy is joined by his weekly guest, Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York, to talk about the history of the "SI Media Podcast," reminisce about Jimmy taking over as host after Richard Deitsch left "Sports Illustrated," an…
 
Most NBA fans know the tongue-in-cheek phrase "one, two, three … Cancun!" as synonymous with a losing team's morale. But who authored it, and how did it get to be so popular? SI senior writer Howard Beck explains the origins of this expression and how it proliferated in the world of basketball. ‘One, Two, Three … Cancun!’ The Story Behind the Best …
 
Re-Air: Former Sports Illustrated writer Jenny Vrentas, now a reporter at the New York Times, walks us through her reporting on embattled quarterback Deshaun Watson and the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him. SI Weekly host John Gonzalez wonders if the 6-game suspension punishment doled out by retired federal judge Sue L. Robinson is…
 
Bill Russell died July 31st 2022 at the age of 88. He was a basketball legend, an 11x NBA Champion, 5x MVP, 3x All-NBA First team, 2x NCAA champion and Olympic Gold Medal winner. Off the court Russell was a civil rights leader and much-loved fan favorite. As part of SI's Open Floor podcast, John Gonzalez and Rohan Nadkarni discuss the immense impac…
 
During this breakout summer for women's soccer, the excitement wasn't limited to traditional hotbeds, in fact, tournaments were held on every inhabited continent. Producer Jordan Rizzieri traveled to England for the 2022 European Women's Football Championship which ended with the hosts defeating Germany 2-1 in the final. What she saw in the cradle …
 
Vince McMahon stepped down as Chairman of WWE amidst swirling allegations of sexual misconduct and attempts at a coverup as AEW pushes WWE for viewers in the first true wrestling ratings clash since Monday Night Wars more than 25 years ago. SI Weekly Host John Gonzalez sits down with SI's Justin Barrasso, who lays out whether he thinks WWE will def…
 
Episode 399 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews. First up is John Ourand from "Sports Business Journal." Ourand talks about whether Charles Barkley will join the LIV Golf Tour and the chances of Barkley possibly leaving Turner Sports and "Inside the NBA." In addition, Ourand discusses the latest …
 
All 32 NFL training camps are underway, which means it's time to start prepping for fantasy football. John Gonzalez sits down with SI fantasy analysts Jennifer Piacenti and Michael Fabiano to go over SI's 2022 Fantasy Football Draft Kit. Who should go No.1? How will big trades affect fantasy production? Which rookie is poised to break out? Listen a…
 
With NFL training camps beginning, SI's Andrew Brandt explains how one trade by the Eagles defines the offseason and shows how teams are emphasizing one position in particular. Business of the NFL Draft: A.J. Brown, Wide Receiver Trades the Story of the Offseason Follow @podcasts_si | @JohnGonzalez See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
On the eve of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon, one of Track & Field's best-loved stars, Sir Mo Farah, revealed a secret which upended everything we thought we knew about his life. Producer Jessica Yarmosky relays the story he tells in a BBC documentary The Real Mo Farah and speaks to 1500-meter champion Jake Wightman and Sunder …
 
The flight from Havana to Miami takes a mere 80 minutes, and for many Cubans, the promise of starting a new life in the US is too great to ignore. That's even more true for elite baseball players like Cesar Prieto who could make a fortune if he makes it to the big leagues. To complete his journey, Prieto would need some help, and that’s where the e…
 
Episode 398 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with NFL insider, Peter Schrager of NFL Network and Fox Sports. Schrager talks about the changes at "Good Morning Football" with Jamie Erdhal set to take over for Kay Adams as host, how the pandemic affected the show and why August is such a big mon…
 
The Cooper’s Hill Cheese Roll race is exactly what is sounds like. SI's Emma Baccellieri spoke to the current women's champion, Abby Lampe, to find out how a 21-year-old American triumphed in this age-old British contest. article, All Hail, the Women’s Cheese Roll Champion of the World! Follow @podcasts_si | Guest host @JordanRizzieri See omnystudi…
 
Even in an era full of great big-men, Dikembe Mutombo stood out. Beloved for his indomitable spirit on the court, Mutombo is also a humanitarian with a focus on healthcare. Having built a hospital named for his late mother in Kinshasa, he's turned his attention to advocating for vaccine uptake in Africa and the US. SI contributor Brian Burnsed caug…
 
Episode 397 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with author, reporter and podcast host, James Andrew Miller. Miller talks about the recent "Washington Post" feature story on Adam Schefter in which colleagues anonymously bashed the NFL reporter. Miller also shares insight on Matthew Berry's surprisi…
 
Michael Schumacher is the most successful Formula 1 driver of all time. With F1 on the rise and a son on the grid, you'd think the elder Schumacher would be font-and-center for this moment. But after a skiing accident, Schumacher has swiftly exited public life. Jon Wertheim has the story as part of SI's annual 'Where Are They Now?' series. Read Jon…
 
*Today continues "Where Are They Now?" week at SI. Stay tuned for more shows in our audio series.* After his unlikely NBA career, Englishman John Amaechi sent a shockwave through the sports world by coming out as gay in 2007. Nets center Jason Collins followed six years later. And since then? Not a single NBA player has decided it was worth it to w…
 
*Today kicks off "Where Are They Now?" week at SI. Stay tuned for more shows in our audio series.* Steffi Graf was a dominant force in women's tennis during her prime, winning 22 majors between 1987 and 1999. Two years after retiring, she married Andre Agassi, one the sport's all-time rock stars. If she chose to step into the spotlight, she would i…
 
Episode 396 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with ESPN NBA reporter Brian Windhorst. Windhorst talks about his experience of going viral after a clip of him speculating about a possible Utah Jazz trade on "First Take" went viral. Did he know Rudy Gobert was going to be traded when he talked abou…
 
Wideout versus cornerback. Big brother versus little brother. In the end, it's Stefon and Trevon Diggs versus whatever comes. SI senior writer Alex Prewitt wrote the cover story about these two brothers who lost their father, helped each other grow up, and climbed the heights of the NFL, together. Alex Prewitt on SI.com Follow @podcasts_si | Guest …
 
The 2026 World Cup will have an expanded field hosted by three countries – Canada, the US and Mexico. To discuss the host cities in 2026, as well as the final qualifiers for the upcoming World Cup later this year in Qatar, we’re joined by one of our favorite guests – Luis Miguel Echegaray, formerly of SI, now of CBS Sports and the ¡Qué Golazo! podc…
 
When Ballsack Sports started posting made-up reports in the guise of real journalism, it got a ton of attention for fooling big names — from NBA general managers to TV talking heads. SI's Ben Pickman tracked down the mysterious figure behind Ballsack Sports and got him to reveal his true motives for trolling the sports world. Follow @podcasts_si | …
 
Episode 395 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Fox Sports' Erin Andrews. The sideline reporter for Fox's No. 1 NFL crew talks about the wild changes that took place this offseason with her longtime partners, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman leaving Fox for ESPN, Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen getti…
 
Kelly Slater is the most successful pro surfer in the history of the sport. Brandon Sneed spent time with this deep thinker from humble beginnings who is still riding waves, learning from the water, and winning competitions at age 50. article, Kelly Slater Won the Super Bowl of Surfing at 50. So, What’s Next? Follow @podcasts_si | @brandonsneed See…
 
Wimbledon is underway and this year's edition is marked by some notable absences and additions. Russian and Belarusian players were banned due to the invasion of Ukraine but Serena Williams will launch her comeback in London joining notables Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Iga Swiatek, and Andy Murray in competing for The Championships. SI's tennis e…
 
Every summer, softball fans and players take a pilgrimage to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series. SI's Emma Baccellieri went to see this beloved event for the first time, returning with tales of tailgating, Oklahoma Sooners dominance, and their reigning home run queen, Jocelyn Alo. Follow @podcasts_si & guest host @JordanRizzieri See…
 
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Episode 394 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with ESPN's Scott Van Pelt. The "SportsCenter" host talks about the adrenaline rush of doing live postgame shows after the NBA Finals, his back-and-forth with Draymond Green about "new media" vs. media and Steph Curry's likability. Van Pelt also sha…
 
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