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What It's Like To Pick Up Tennis In Your 50s
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Late To Tennis Practice

Gerald Marzorati began playing in his 50s. He got a book deal out of it—and a pretty good one-handed backhand.


Are the Olympics Broken Beyond Repair?
Politics

Are the Olympics Broken Beyond Repair?

Dave Zirin looks at the state of the Games, and it's not pretty.


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January 9: Varsity Letters at The Gallery at LPR in Manhattan.


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January 9: A History of Sports

Varsity Letters returns to The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge on Monday, January 9th with a night that looks at the big picture of sports. Gary Belsky and Neil Fine will be reading from and discussing their New York Times bestseller On the Origins of Sports: The Early History and Original Rules of Everybody’s Favorite Games. Belsky and Fine served as the editor in chief and executive editor, respectively, of ESPN The Magazine, and are the founding partners of the editorial consulting firm Elland Road Partners. They'll be joined by Cait Murphy, an editor at McKinsey & Company, and author of A History of American Sports in 100 Objects.

Nov. 29: Varsity Letters Goes To The Theater

Join Gelf for a night at the theater. Gelf readers save $10 on tickets to the tennis-themed play Don't You F**king Say a Word on Tuesday, November 29, in Manhattan. The performance will be followed by a panel discussion of sports and rage, featuring Patrick McEnroe.

Nov. 7: A New Hockey Magazine

Nov. 7: A New Hockey Magazine On Monday, November 7, Varsity Letters returns to The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge with the team behind Barn Magazine—a soon-to-be-launched hockey quarterly. Peter Axtman, the magazine's founder and editor-in-chief, has contributed to RunnersWorld.com, Vice Sports, SB Nation and the Red Hook Star-Revue. He'll be joined by Barn contributors Patrick Kearns, Saqib Rahim, and Joe Kozlowski. Barn Magazine is currently raising funds to complete its first issue on Kickstarter.

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