With March tournaments approaching in college basketball, it was time for adidas to spice things up a bit with some new uniforms. With four sleeved versions and six sans the extra fabric, check out—via my Sports Illustrated post—the new looks.
When Tampa Bay revealed its new helmet, complete with a giant logo, we weren’t quite sure what to expect from the new uniform. Now we know, with a touch of heritage in the color scheme and a wildly different chrome border around some, well, interesting number fonts. Take a look and read about it at my Sports Illustrated post here.
Whether you call is classy or plain, the new USA Soccer “home” kit certainly plays white to the extreme. The all-white look, with some subtle gray stripes, gets its most pizzaz from a red-trimmed collar. Take a look at more details at my Sports Illustrated post here.
San Diego didn’t get their wish 50 years ago. Instead they got San Diego Stadium, now Qualcomm. But if they had, we’d see a floating stadium in Mission Bay. Read about that proposal in my Sports Illustrated post here.
Both Vancouver and Ottawa will showcase plenty of history with their Heritage Classic uniforms during the outdoor game in Vancouver on March 2. Check out more at my Sports Illustrated article here.
The final NHL outdoor hockey game of the season comes on Sunday, March 2, in Vancouver’s BC Place. I explore what to expect in the retractable-roof stadium for a game that could move indoors within 20 minutes if needed. Check it out in my Sports Illustrated article here.
Oakley wanted people to take notice of Bubba Watson and, well, of Oakley. So, the California-based company fully customized a Ford for the golfer, giving him a bulletproof ride with a black camo wrap. Read all about it—and check out more photos—at my Sports Illustrated article here.
Europa Point is picturesque, so placing a soccer stadium right near Trinity Lighthouse and close to the Rock of Gibraltar can only serve to spice up the area even more, or so goes the thinking. Take a look at the images of the planned new Europa Point Stadium in Gibraltar via my Sports Illustrated article here.
Sometimes these Olympics Stadiums go right on performing, host world-watched events for decades to come. Other times they get ripped down. Or, worse, they are left to linger and fade away. I explored the last 60 years of Olympic Stadiums for my latest Sports Illustrated piece. Check it out here.
Rare is the item similar between Mesa, Ariz., and Chicago. But you’ll find a few of those features in the new Cubs Park facility for the Chicago Cubs, a Spring Training facility that hosts its first official game this week. Check out my article in Sports Illustrated for more photos and information.