The sports and culture magazine Victory Journal is celebrating its fifth anniversary with the release of its latest issue. Titled "Youth," this edition explores the questions, "When does play become sport?" and "How does participation turn into performance?" by taking it back to the beginning with little league championships and school-age athletes.
For the ninth issue, the publication has almost doubled its content, offering readers 150 pages full of oral histories, striking photo essays, original art, and animation. This time around the magazine has also teamed up with Complex for the exclusive release of Glory Days, a four-part docu-series that focuses on varsity athletes.
Preview some of the images from Victory Journal below and buy your copy on their website.