Kerri Walsh-Jennings has to be perfectly ready when she hits the sand. I spoke with the Olympian to discuss everything from nutrition to workouts to recovering from injuries for my latest Sports Illustrated On the Road feature. Check out the newest part of the series here.
Getting players ready ahead of any Grand Slam event proves a challenge, especially as the season wears on. Professional trainer Scott Clark preps four top-10 Americans for the U.S. Open. Learn more via my Sports Illustrated feature.
Nike Basketball used a Kevin Durant suit to inspire one colorway of the new KD8. Learn more via my Kicks and Colors series on Sports Illustrated.
Texas A&M has a new home. The completely redesigned Kyle Field makes this 102,000-plus-seat venue the largest in the SEC and with plenty of modern flair to go with. Read more about the Populous-designed venue via my Sports Illustrated article here.
The latest in my Kicks and Colors posts for Sports Illustrated: the Kobe X Overcome. See more here.
Adidas has announced a release date and more details on the upcoming D Rose 6 signature sneaker. To learn more, visit my Sports Illustrated post here.
Don’t call them hard courts. No, the cushioned courts for the U.S. Open have much more science behind them than simply some asphalt here and there. Plus, those colors, they have a definite purpose. Check out all the science behind the U.S. Open courts via my Sports Illustrated feature. The link is here.
In a nod to the place of Kyrie Irving’s birth, the latest colorway from the Kyrie 1 is dubbed “Australia.” Learn more via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Baden Sports has taken its Axe Bat tech to new places with one-sided hitting. And that includes both composite material technology and MLB wood-bat construction. Learn more about the Axe Bat via my Sports Illustrated Tech Talk column here.
As Nike recreated its 20-year-old classic New York City tennis commercial on Monday, I chatted with Pete Sampras about the original making of the commercial and how rivalries in tennis have evolved. Check out my Sports Illustrated article here.