Check Out "Sports from HELL" —Rick's Hilarious New Book
What is the stupidest sport in the world? Not content to pontificate from the sidelines, Rick Reilly set out on a global journey—with stops in Australia, New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, England, and even a maximum security prison at Angola, Louisiana—to discover the answer to this question nobody else really saw the need to ask. Read more about Rick's latest book.
The Voice of Rick Reilly
Rick Reilly has been voted National Sportswriter of the Year 11 times. He's a front-page columnist for ESPN.com as well as the host of "Homecoming", ESPN's unique interview show. He is also a television essayist for all of ESPN and ABC's major golf coverage, as well as a contributor to SportsCenter. He's also been known to anchor SportsCenter.
For nearly 23 years - from 1985 until 2007 — his unique, breezy, hilarious style graced the pages of Sports Illustrated. For the last 10 years there, he wrote the popular "Life of Reilly" column, which ran on the last page. It was the first signed weekly opinion column in the magazine's long history. Three of his columns have been read into the Congressional record.
"Homecoming with Rick Reilly"
Homecoming with Rick Reilly challenges the old adage "You can't go home again." It is a one-on-one interview shot in the hometown of an A-list athlete in front of a few thousand of the athlete's closest friends, family and teammates. So far, guests have include Magic Johnson, Michael Phelps, Jerry Rice, Joe Mauer, Tony Hawk, Billie Jean King, Emmitt Smith, John Elway, Kurt Warner and many others. Click here to read more about Homecoming with Rick Reilly
Rick on ESPN.com
See Rick's latest columns and musings. Plus, lots of pictures and other stuff. Click here to go to his page on ESPN.com
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