Featuring: Walter Iooss Jr., Jed Jacobsohn, Maureen Cavanagh, Nate Gordon, Sam Maller, Taylor Baucom, Guillermo Hernandez, Pete Souza, Lynn Johnson, Michael LeBrecht, Todd Rosenberg, Jared Wickerham, Annie Flanagan, Al Tielemans, Sam Robles, Rob Tringali, Kohjiro Kinno, Megan McNulty, Kevin Liles, Cooper Neil, Clay Patrick McBride, Bryan Bennett, Samantha Appleton, Anthony Geathers, Rod Mar, Tim CLayton, Chip Litherland, Simon Bruty, Deanne Fitzmaurice, Andrew Hancock, TheOnePoint8, Roman Knertzer, Robert Beck, Jeffery A. Salter

The big business of sports has separated us from the fundamental truth that the athletes we celebrate on the field are human beings off of it.

By partnering directly with athletes to tell their own stories, The Players’ Tribune strives to give a more complete perspective. We pair today’s most recognizable athletes with top photographers, emphasizing a stripped-down, intimate approach. Our goal is to give fans a view of their heroes rarely seen in media today.


  • The Players’ Tribune (TPT)

    The Players’ Tribune (TPT)

    The Players’ Tribune (TPT) is a first-of-its-kind content platform that connects athletes with fans through the power of storytelling. By giving athletes the tools to create truly personal content and tell their stories, The Players’ Tribune is reimagining the world of sports and culture through the player’s point of view.

    More than 3,000 athletes have contributed to the platform through impactful and powerful long and short form stories, video series, audio, and multimedia. Founded by Derek Jeter in 2014, TPT provides unique insight into the daily sports conversation, and brings fans closer than ever to the games they love.

    Website | Instagram | Twitter


 archive : 2017

Featuring: Various Artists

Curated by: Maureen Cavanagh Nate Gordon

Presented by: The Players' Tribune (TPT)
  • The Players’ Tribune (TPT)


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