Good Sport is a magazine thats view and dialogue is left of field. It explores life through and outside of sport. A lively distraction from the traditional. It is proudly independent and strives on being a counteraction to sport culture, journalism and imagery. It actively pushes photography and stories further. It’s a magazine that breaks down barriers and delves into a diverse range of topics through a sporting lens. Be it – architecture, design, art, food, science, travel, sub-cultures, social justice and of course performance, activity and innovation.
In this issue:
Follow your nose into Good Sport 05 as we celebrate sweat, sunrise, self-reflection and shakshuka. Rising very, very early in search of an untainted day, we put dance on the grid, find trust in a meal, sit boxing in the mirror and ask sport to finally get real. Amongst Child’s Notes, Fuccboiisms, Pinches and Unblinking Eyes, Issue 5 takes us all the way from * to Z.
Featuring artists Alvin Armstrong & Dario Escobar, Olfactionist Saskia Wilson-Brown and Olympic climber Oceana McKenzie, with stories on Alive & Kicking, SkatePal, Finchley Boxing and Velocity Track Club, plus a dream team of design – it’s all starting to make sense. First 100 orders come with Good Sport Scent card, developed with Saskia Wilson-Brown.
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