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Julio Rodríguez Is the New Star Baseball Needs
He’s just 22, signed a $400 million contract, and is the most exciting Seattle Mariner since Ichiro, who says he’s a star. And the JRod Show is just getting started.
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The Controversial King of Hardcore Climbing
After scaling the 14 meanest mountains on earth in record time, Nepali-born Nims Purja emerged as a powerful champion of the country’s Sherpa guides. He’s also become the first celebrity mountaineer of the social media age—and the most controversial figure in the global climbing community.
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How Erling Haaland Became the Most Terrifying Young Striker in the World
Sitting down with the 22-year-old Norwegian nightmare.
Derek Jeter Will Never Retire
He was baseball’s unblemished victory machine—the savviest champ of his generation. And his icy-cool aesthetic defined an era. But if you thought Derek Jeter was gonna let loose once he left Yankee Stadium, then you don’t understand the much longer game he’s playing. http://gq.mn/VrOb9ux
How Allen Iverson Created the Blueprint for the Modern Sports Superstar
From his braids to his tattoos to his league-destroying crossover, Allen Iverson reimagined sports style for a new era. That renegade spirit has made him an icon and a scapegoat—and the survivor of a long journey through mega-fame. http://gq.mn/HQ3lE1B
Deion Sanders Enters His Prime
The multisport icon brought once-struggling Jackson State University back to its championship ways and, in the process, made himself the hottest coach in college football. Now as he heads to the University of Colorado, Coach Prime is ready to answer his next calling and take on the most exciting challenge of his career. http://gq.mn/kepr31l
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Back in the New York Groove
The Yankees have 27 World Series titles...but none since 2009. The Mets...are the Mets. But this summer, crisp, clutch baseball—and the radical, delusional sense of pure possibility it brings—was everywhere you looked in New York.
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Back in the New York Groove
The Yankees have 27 World Series titles...but none since 2009. The Mets...are the Mets. But this summer, crisp, clutch baseball—and the radical, delusional sense of pure possibility it brings—was everywhere you looked in New York.
Paul Pogba Always Comes Back
The French soccer superstar has a reputation for dramatic returns. This fall, with a chance to repeat as a World Cup winner and recapture glory with his club team, he’ll have his biggest opportunity yet. http://gq.mn/Fzz2pcK
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The New Titans of the World Cup
From Christian Pulisic to Vinicius Junior, GQ checks in with the players set to take over the 2022 World Cup.
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The New Titans of the World Cup
From Christian Pulisic to Vinicius Junior, GQ checks in with the players set to take over the 2022 World Cup.
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The New Titans of the World Cup
From Christian Pulisic to Vinicius Junior, GQ checks in with the players set to take over the 2022 World Cup.
Ferrari Drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Are Racing Back to the Top of F1
GQ journeys deep inside the company’s Italian headquarters to discover how Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are trying to return the legendary team to glory. http://gq.mn/yAb2t5v
Can Mario Andretti Conquer F1… Again?
He’s the last American to win the Formula 1 World Championship. That was 44 years ago. Now, as race fans in the U.S. catch the F1 bug for the first time, Mario Andretti and his son Michael are desperately trying to put the family name back on top of the sport. http://gq.mn/jTRJ07X
Daniel Ricciardo Is America’s First Formula 1 Superstar
After the Australian Drive to Survive star fell out of love with F1, he came back stronger—and more popular—than ever. http://gq.mn/m5NLPTN
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Daniel Ricciardo Is an F1 Superstar Off the Track. Can He Come Back On It?
Thanks to Netflix's Drive to Survive, he's the face of the sport in America. But now that driving is just 20% of the job, podium results have been harder to come by.
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Inside the Paddock at Miami's Insane, Over-the-Top, Speed-Crazed F1 Weekend
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Inside the Paddock at Miami's Insane, Over-the-Top, Speed-Crazed F1 Weekend
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Inside the Paddock at Miami's Insane, Over-the-Top, Speed-Crazed F1 Weekend
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Inside the Paddock at Miami's Insane, Over-the-Top, Speed-Crazed F1 Weekend