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The wives boxers of Gleason’s Gym- a photo essay

Tim Knox visited New Yorks famed Gleasons Gym to photograph some of the six female world endorses who train there and find out about what motivates them and some of their fellow female regulars at the establishment In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30 s at the time, is entered into collaborations with Ira Becker, the second owned of Gleason’s …

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The dames boxers of Gleason’s Gym- a photograph essay

Tim Knox inspected New Yorks far-famed Gleasons Gym to photograph some of the six female world champs who train there and find out about what motivates them and some of their fellow girl regulars at the establishment In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30 s at the time, went into partnership with Ira Becker, the second largest proprietor of Gleason’s …

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The girls boxers of Gleason’s Gym- a photograph paper

Tim Knox called New Yorks far-famed Gleasons Gym to photograph some of the six female world champions who train there and find out about what motivates them and some of their fellow girl regulars at the establishment In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30 s at the time, went into partnership with Ira Becker, the second owner of Gleason’s gym. …

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The girls boxers of Gleason’s Gym- a photo paper

Tim Knox visited New Yorks famed Gleasons Gym to photograph some of the six female nature champions who train there and find out about what motivates them and some of their fellow girl regulars at the establishment In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30 s at the time, went into collaborations with Ira Becker, the second proprietor of Gleason’s gym. …

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Tom Jenkins’ good sports photos of 2015

The Guardian and Observer sport photographer Tom Jenkins selects his best portraits from 2015 and recollects in detail how each one was created The cyclists keep going round at the London Six D ay occurrence 21 October 35 mm lens 1/800 f4 ISO 3200 Six-day cycling had returned to London, the first time the happen, which is so favourite on …

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Taking photos of Holocaust survivors helped me find my own identity

Harry Bordens leader didnt often am worried about being Jewish, so it was left to Harrys grandmother to stir him experience his patrimony was special. And when his wedlock culminated, it proved invaluable My dad, Charlie Borden, was birth in New York in 1929, the only son of Jewish immigrants who had moved to the US as children. “His fathers” …

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Tom Jenkins’ best sports photos of 2016

The Guardian and Observer sport photographer Tom Jenkins selects his favourite images from 2016 and recalls how each one was created Andy Murray wins Wimbledon again 10 July 135mm lens 1/1600 f4 ISO 1000 Championship-winning point at Wimbledon is always a bit nervy for me even though I have done many of them over the years. There are some pretty …

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