Everywhere you look you see the mash-up between 1930s era Baltimore bank and modern, high-tech fitness. And it offers us a Sweat Mecca like no other. Take a look at the feature of Under Armour turning this downtown bank into a fitness center via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Under Armour has taken to lifestyle design with the Curry Lux, a streetwear-inspired line of Curry’s signature model. Learn about the method behind the design via my Sports Illustrated feature here.
Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic says players in his younger generation have embraced technology for on-court training. Learn more about that via my conversation with him here for Popular Mechanics.
A Georgia-based company continues its efforts to make helmets safer. Learn how Guardian is doing it and what colleges will wear it via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Check out the on-court fashion for the 2016 U.S. Open via my Sports Illustrated feature here. And, on, expect neon, bright colors and a superman-styled Milos.
Kai Lenny has no less than eight sports in his water-filled repertoire. Check out how he uses the ocean to train via my Sports Illustrated post.
The U.S. Open hasn’t always enjoyed Flushing Meadows as its home. From Forest Hills to a variety of locations on the East, learn the history of the U.S. Open locations via my Sports Illustrated article here.
The USTA needed a roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium, the largest tennis stadium in the world. But the new roof couldn’t add any weight to the structure, so it took careful planning and more than one strategy to make it happen. My feature for Popular Mechanics is here.
Under Armour opened Under Armour Sportswear and puts a focus on a fashion-forward perspective. Learn about the style, the design and the strategy via my Sports Illustrated post.
Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly shared about his personal style, a style that puts a focus on his prescription eyewear. The story via Sports Illustrated here.