Throughout his more than 50 years as a sports writer, Stan Isaacs (who passed away in April 2013) developed a reputation as an iconoclast who willfully resisted the conventions of typical sports journalism. In Ten Moments That Shook the Sports World, voice actor Robert Sams puts in a character-filled performance of Isaacs' recollections of the sports moments that changed history. Sams compels listeners with his spirited narration of these epoch-shaping stories, from a first-person account of the very first Super Bowl to the tragedy of the 1972 Munich Olympics, showing why Isaacs is a sports journalism icon who won't easily be forgotten.
Want to know what really happened? Stan Isaacs knows. He was there!
"The Shot Heard Round the World," in 1951. "The Fight of the Century," in 1971. The horror of the 1972 Munich Olympics. Secretariat's legendary win at the 1973 Belmont Stakes. Stan Isaacs saw them all live. Isaacs covered thousands of sports stories in his more than fifty years as a journalist. But ten moments stand out in his memory. Ten Moments That Shook the Sports World offers Isaacs' eyewitness accounts of the events that changed sports history. This collection offers those old enough to remember these events a chance to relive them, and younger sports lovers will get to hear this history from someone who was there. Isaacs makes sports history live again.
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