Strength | Fortitude | Spirit

A exhibit of photography from the pages of ESPN digital and The Magazine.

Featuring: Gerry Melendez, Bill Frakes, Samuel Wilson, Preston Gannaway, Joe Amon, Mike Stocker, Carol Guzy, Andrew Hancock, Caitlin O’Hara, Michael F. McElroy, Dylan Coulter

Presented by

ESPN

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Curated by

Tim Rasmussen

Sports are woven into life and culture on every level, from professional to high school to community leagues proving to be a common human thread steeped in tradition. The imagery of a baseball diamond, whether it’s perfectly manicured or a neighborhood sandlot conjures personal memories we can instantly relate to. Here you will see unique stories told in a photo narrative style that bring to life people and places that sports fans do not always get to see or go.

ORGANIZATION BIOGRAPHY

The motto of ESPN is to serve sports fans anytime, everywhere. Since the sports network was first created in 1979, ESPN has grown into a global multimedia company that reaches fans in all corners of the world, on any device. ESPN’s Photo Department has taken this mission and dived into the lives of athletes willing to open their doors and have their stories told.

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