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Although Sports Illustrated a very popular magazine (especially with a male reader) is these days, there were similar Sports Illustrated magazine called, failed before the current kiosks the magazine's incarnation and mailbox in the country of arrival. This happened writers such as Frank Deford, Robert Creamer and came and proved that through sports readers write access could also discuss the pros and cons of various aspects of basketball, soccer and ... yes ... to And models of others. Also required is the exhibition for the Olympic Games, and some of these cases with athletes of the Olympic Games have become collector themes.
Ironically, a former publisher of Henry Luce, nor was he an avid sports fan. It was a natural step to buy a magazine during ads and Sports Illustrated was filled in to read the bill. If there was any doubt about a particular beat average, the magazine could. Sports Illustrated was responsible for many innovations in coverage of sports events. The winners were the benefits of a fourth mile (Roger Bannister) or break another athletic performance. If the covers are representative of the popularity of some sports, Major League Baseball seems to be the most popular sport, followed by professional football and basketball Pro.
It would be impossible to mention the magazine without mentioning the famous theme and sometimes controversial swimsuit. The first one was published in 1964 and the men were the top models of photos often very weak, only the bathroom poses a weak strength to resist (bought maybe to see swimsuit issues, as measured in relation to a significant number of women, models). Although the issue of Sports Illustrated swimsuit flys out of the shelf magazine, there are some readers who write a protest letter or even cancel their subscriptions every year - all because of this problem.
Not only athletes and swimsuit models that grace the cover of Sports Illustrated have. Celebrities were used to promote sport. These include Ed Sullivan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and even Big Bird. Sports Illustrated has published a special issue of the children's magazine Sports Illustrated.
Since the sport has its share of controversy and a wide mix of athletes, there were some who stood out for the sad reasons. Sports Illustrated even had souvenirs. Ted Williams appeared after his death from a heart attack. Pat Tilman, who played for Arizona Cardinals, appeared on the cover after his death in Afghanistan.
Even with the advent of sports TV channels such as ESPN, Sports Illustrated remain popular. Read about 20% of American men. The articles magazine is the basis for inspirational discussions in the parties, at work and at home.