Can you name these famous Jewish athletes?
A street game goes professional.
Jews' participation in professional boxing in the interwar period is not as surprising as it might seem to be.
The history of Jews in Europe and the early Zionist movement show ample examples of the convergence of sports and Judaism.
By Michael Brenner
Throughout Jewish history until the rise of the Zionist movement, Jews have harbored negative attitudes toward sports, often with good reason.
While Judaism isn't famous for grooming star athletes, there's a rich history nonetheless.
Immigrant Jews delved into sports to prove their mettle as Americans.
This Bronx-raised baseball star became the pride of America's Jews.