Great Jews in sports
Complete with facts, figures, and statistics, documents the contribution of Jewish athletes to the world of sports over the past two centuries, from Daniel Mendoza, the father of modern boxing, to gymnast Kerri Strug, gold-medal winner at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics; additionally includes a section devoted to the achievements of outstanding Israeli sports figures.
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Preface to the Revised Edition
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American basketball American football American League Amy Alcott Angeles athletes average Aviv ball Barney Barney Ross baseball basketball player batting became began Benny Benny Leonard born bowler bowling boxing Brooklyn California career champion Chicago club competition Cosell Davis Cup Dodgers earned Fame in Israel fight football freestyle Giants Gillman Glickstein gold medal gymnastics Hall of Fame handball head coach high school home runs Hungary Israeli Jacobs Jewish Sports Hall judo July junior Knicks Koufax Krickstein later Maccabi Maccabi Tel Aviv Maccabiah Games major league manager Mansdorf meters Olympics pitching played playoffs points per game race retired Sandy Koufax Schayes scored season semifinals silver medal skating soccer star swimmer swimming table tennis tennis player took tour tournament U.S. Open Wimbledon winner World Championships world ranking world record Yael York City York Giants York Knicks