Bjorn Borg, 1981 US Open, Flushing Meadows, NY. Borg lost to John McEnroe in the final.
John McEnroe serves at the 1981 US Open in Flushing Meadows, NY. McEnroe defeated Bjorn Borg in the final for his 4th career Grand Slam title, and his 3rd (consecutive) US Open title.
Borg rushes the net vs McEnroe in 1981 US Open Tennis Tournament Final Match
John McEnroe puts touch on a backhand return of a Bjorn Borg serve, US Open, 1981, Flushing Meadows, NY
Bjorn Borg hits backhand shot at US Open, Flushing Meadows, NY, 1981
John McEnroe focuses on ball as he prepares to hit his patented backhand shot at the 1981 US Open in Flushing Meadows NY, which he won, beating Bjorn Borg in the final for his 3rd consecutive US Open title.
A very seemingly calm, relaxed Borg ready to crank a backhand at the 1981 US Open Tennis Tournament against his nemesis Roscoe Tanner.
A packed stadium watches John McEnroe hit a backhand vs Bjorn Borg at the US Open in 1981, Flushing Meadows, NY.
Bjorn Borg cranks a forehand at John McEnroe in the 1981 US Open, NY.
McEnroe had incredible touch on his shots vs Borg
Borg rips a forehand winner vs McEnroe, US Open 1981
Bjorn Borg ready to serve to John McEnroe, US Open, NY, 1981
Bjorn Borg is silhouetted as he attacks the net after a serve at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, NY, 1981
Borg relaxes between games vs McEnroe at 1981 US Open Tennis Tournament
Bjorn Borg walks off centre court after losing to John McEnroe in the 1981 US Open Tennis Championship Final. Director of Photography Chuck Cohen, to Borg's right, captures the moment on 16mm film. Chuck shot still photos when not shooting 16mm footage of the match and tournament.
The Great Chris Evert hits backhand at 1982 US Open Tennis Championships, Flushing Meadow, NY
Chris Evert, 1982 US Open Championships, backhand
Chris Evert serves at 1982 US Open Tennis Championships
Chris Evert hits backhand at 1981 US Open
Andre Agassi during the Washington DC Legg Mason Tournament, 1995
Muhammad Ali and Chuck Cohen clowing around. Chuck was filming a documentary on Ali for German TV. This was the first week of work outs for his Oct 1980 comeback fight against Larry Holmes, which he would lose.
1984 Los Angeles Olympics Opening Ceremonies, LA Coliseum, at which Chuck Cohen was the Director of Photography of the official Olympics Movie "16 Days of Glory" directed by Bud Greenspan
Chuck Cohen and his First AC Tony Rivetti on the infield of the LA Coliseum during the 1984 Summer Olympics Games, track and field events
The Great Edwin Moses, 400m Hurdles Competition, 1984 Olympic Trials, L.A. Coliseum
USA's Mary Decker in the lead will win this 3,000 meter race final at the 1983 World Track and Field Championships in Helsinki, Finland. The inaugural World Championships in Athletics was an 8-day event and was called the greatest track and field event in history.
USA's Mary Decker wins the 1,500 meter race at the World Track and Field Championships, Helsinki, Finland 1983, as Zamira Zaytseva, Russia's finest runner lunges at the finish line.
Russian Zamira Zaytseva looks up after falling at the finish line to see the USA's Mary Decker, winner of the 1,500 meter final at the World Track and Field Championships in Helsinki, Finland in 1983.
Valeriy Borzov, Russian 100/200m sprinter, running a heat during the 1976 Montreal Olympics. He would finish 3rd in the 100m final.
1,600 Meter Relay, 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics. Chuck was the Director of Photography of the US Film of those Olympics Games
1984 USA Olympic Trials, Steeplechase Competition, Los Angeles Coliseum
Women's 100meter hurdles,1984 Los Angeles Olympics track and field trials in the LA Coliseum
Gold Medal Winner Mary Lou Retton of the USA dismounts the parallel bars at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics