Fox Sports has released the first-ever alphabet photo album for its new podcast, The Art of Sport, with photos from the archives of the BBC and the BBC Sport website.
The collection is part of a larger effort to collect the best of what the sport has to offer, including its many sporting moments, with an emphasis on the iconic images.
“We are always trying to find the most interesting and beautiful images of the past, present and future, which makes this one of our most ambitious collections yet,” said The Art Of Sport co-host Mark Withers.
“The images are from some of the most iconic moments in our history, and the range of subject matter is just astonishing.”
The collection, which includes images from the BBC archives, includes iconic shots of players and fans in their prime and the first pictures of the 1966 World Cup final.
It also includes shots of the iconic 1970 World Cup and highlights of the 2002 Olympics, and features iconic images of players in their late 20s, 30s and 40s.
“It’s the beginning of a new era of images from sports that are no longer just the stuff of the sporting world, but also an inspiration for people of all ages and abilities,” said WitherS.
“It’s an amazing collection and we’re thrilled that it will continue to grow.”
“This is the beginning.
The Art is the culmination.
It’s the end of the road.”‘
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“The Art of Sports is a very special collection, and I can’t wait to share it with you,” said co-creator and host Mark Withering.
“I have the utmost respect for our history and our sports fans, so I’m incredibly excited to share this collection with them.”
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