Mixing sport and culture, Victory Journal tells about sport in a different way than any other magazine. No rankings, no scores, no competitions and fights between teams, but only the truest and healthiest essence of any sport, to highlight moments of glory or dramatic defeats.
Through reportage, personal essays, award-winning photographs and illustrations, classic or innovative storytelling, this large (very large) format magazine speaks of the enthusiasm and humanity that is behind every sport.
Dimensions: 27.5 x 42.5
Number of Pages: 180
The huge 10th anniversary issue of the Victory Journal bounces around the world, jumping from the story of a scientist who became pinball champion to the stories of London athletes dreaming of the Olympics, to a bloody celebration of hunting and skinning rattlesnakes. in Texas.
This issue also talks about Keirin's races in Japan, rugby in a small town in the UK, the rise of the next big football superstar Deyna Castellanos, as well as the art of Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi, Barkley Hendricks, Tod Papageorge and more.