How to cover sport and preserve the pleasure of storytelling at a time when television is obsessively present. Once journalists served as the eyewitnesses of the exploits of champions like Meazza or Bartali, becoming their liaison with the public, recounting what occasionally turned into legend. Nowadays, minor epics survive, the consequence of live first and pay-per-view after. However, there are still narrative experiments regarding sportsmen and women that prevent corporate marketing from definitively kidnapping sport: from Agassi's best-seller to the stories about Socrates.

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