My Sports Illustrated Stadium Spotlight series marches right into the first-ever College Football Playoff and two well-known venues. Check out the Rose Bowl and Superdome in my story. Here’s the link.
From sailing around the world in a variety of events to a famed keel walk, sailor Alex Thomson knows extreme sailing. As he embarks on another around the world adventure in the Hugo Boss yacht, check out my profile of him for Sports Illustrated. The link is here.
For my latest HOW Design article, I spoke with the NHL’s Paul Conway about the design of the Winter Classic branding. Check it all out via my link here.
Taking a throwback look at Kobe’s yesteryears, adidas unveiled a new Broadway Express Collection. Check it all out via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Stephanie Gilmore tosses heels into her board bag to save space when she travels. Learn more about life on the road with professional surfer Stephanie Gilmore via the continuation of my Sports Illustrated On the Road series. Here’s the link.
With signature shoes abounding and plenty of other basketball shoes hitting the market, I counted down the top-10 basketball shoes of 2014 for Sports Illustrated’s Sneaker Hub. Here’s the link.
As the NBA looks to indulge our sports-viewing pleasures on Christmas day, marketing kicks up with sneakers too. Check out the Jordan Brand looks for Christmas via my Sports Illustrated Sneaker Hub article here.
The history of Chambers Bay offers no reason to believe the Puget Sound location would one day host the first-ever U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest. But history gets written every day. Explore with me as I walk through how the U.S. Open will take what was once a gravel mine and take the relatively new golf course built there and turn it into a stadium able to host the 2015 U.S. Open. My Sports Illustrated article is here.
From 18 years of age to the King of the basketball world, LeBron James has been a Nike guy. I walked through the 12 signature shoes he has worn over the years for Sports Illustrated’s Sneaker Hub blog. Take in the visuals here.
A new app, RosterBot, takes NHL and recreational sport experience and mixes them together in a team-organizing function. Read my Tech Talk column from Sports Illustrated here.