This is a collection of the most “Iconic Images” captured by Dick Druckman since 1984 when he started following his passion for shooting professional athletes in action, at some of the most special events in sporting history.
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New York Yankees Manager Joe Torre gets a hug from his wife Ali after the Yankees won game 7 of the American League Championship Series against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium on October 16, 2003. The Yankees won 6-5 in 11 innings and now face the Florida Marlins in the World Series.
Taken on March 13, 2003, the photograph captures LeBron James playing his last game with his team from Akron, St. Vincent-St. Mary, over Tallmadge High School in Ohio’s Division II regional semifinals. His Fighting Irish played before 8,700 spectators at Savage Hall at the University of Toledo and won by a score of 82-32.
LeBron only played 22 minutes in the game because he ripped part of his fingernail off his right index finger while blocking a shot. He still finished with 19 points, nine assists, and six boards. With a between-the-legs pass, a reverse dunk, and full-speed fast breaks, LeBron did not disappoint.
Trinity College Squash super star Amina Helal from Eng land scores point against The University of Pennsylvania Runa Reta in the CSA Women’s championship game in Hartford, Connecticut on March 2, 2003. Helal won 3-1 winning the national individual championship for the second year in a row.
Washinton Wizards Michael Jordan waves goodby to his fans after his final home game against the New York Knicks at the MCI Center. Michael scored twenty-one points in a losing effort 79-93.
New York Yankees Derek Jeter makes a great diving catch against the Boston Red Sox.
Washington Wizards Michael Jordan drives to the basket against Dallas Mavericks defenders Nick Van Exel and Steve Nash in overtime. The Mavericks won 106-101.
2003 AVID EAGLES FAN SHAUN YOUNG POINTS TO THE ACTION
New York Yankees infielder Aaron Boone hits game winning home run in the bottom of the 11th inning against the Boston Red Sox in game 7 of the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium on October 16, 2003. The Yankees won 6-5 and now play the Florida Marlins in the World Series.
New York Mets fan John Harpula from Edison, New Jersey expresses his feelings toward the New York Yankees and Roger Clemens at Shea Stadium on June 15, 2002. The Mets won 8-0.
New York Mets Mike Piazza hits game winning 426ft home run against the Philadelphia Phillies in the seventh inning at Shea Stadium on May 29, 2002. The Mets won 4-3.
U.S. ice dance team Naomi Lang and Peter Tchernyshev compete in the free dance program on February 18, 2002. The U.S. pair placed eleventh.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Jerry Rice scores a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while line backer Nate Webster trails Rice into the end zone. Despite the efforts of Rice, Tampa Bay won 48-21.
Super Bowl XXXVII was between the AFC champion Oakland Raiders and the NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers to decide the NFL champion for the 2002 season. The Buccaneers defeated the Raiders by the score of 48–21, winning their first ever Super Bowl. The game, played on January 26, 2003 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.
Sarah Hughes at the 2002 Olympics, placed fourth in the short program after being penalized for under-rotating her triple flip and lutz. In her long program, she landed seven triple jumps, including a triple toe loop-triple loop and a triple salchow-triple loop combination. She won the long program, as the three contenders ahead of her after the short program all made mistakes in their respective long programs. Figure Skating rules at the time dictated that if someone placed fourth in the short program, but won the free skate, they could not automatically win the event. Michelle Kwan, who was in first place after the short program would have to lose the free program to Hughes and one other skater as well. Hughes won the free skate, with Irina Slutskaya placing second in that portion, ahead of Kwan. Therefore, the final standings were Hughes in first, Slutskaya in second and Kwan in third. She is the only American woman to have won the Olympic title without ever having won either a World or U.S. senior national title
Well known New York Jets fan,’fireman Ed’ Anzalone
Opening Ceremony at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics
HEADLESS SKATER SALT LAKE CITY OLYMPICS
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