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Did you know that you always wanted to become an NBA player?
I actually wanted to be a soccer player growing up. Soccer was always the number one sport in Turkey.
Much like the game of basketball itself, an NBA player’s career is all about adjustments. For Portland Trailblazers sophomore Wade Baldwin, adjustments have been a way of life through the course of his young basketball career.
After forgoing his Junior and
Transitioning from competitive snowboarding to film and backcountry projects, Kimmy Fasani has seen all sides of the downhill sport. At Burton Snowboards’ showroom in New York City, Fasani spoke to AQabout her unique path down the mountain.
How did you get
Photographs by Anthony Geathers
NFL scouts can be a very jaded bunch. Just listen to the coverage of the NFL draft each year, and you will hear talk of offensive linemen with “short arms” and running backs with “high pad levels.”
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When you consider how many millions of kids compete in sports in the United States, it would seem like better odds to win the lottery than to compete at an elite level. Chase Budinger has taken those
Featured Photo by WSL/ Roland. US Open of Surfing 2018 (7/28-8/5)
Splitting her childhood between Southern California and Hawaii, some might say that Sage Erickson was born to surf. But being a female in a once male dominated sport is no
For most college basketball players, the dream is to play basketball at the professional level. While there’s may rungs on the ladder that is professional basketball, more often than not, folks associate the NBA with “going pro”. For Kyle Wiltjer,
With a combined MLB playing and coaching career spanning 48 years, few people have spent more time in Major League Baseball than Davey Johnson. As a player. Johnson won four AL pennants as the second baseman for the Baltimore Orioles,
Having run over 250 ultramarathons and 100 ultramarathons of 100 miles or more, Catra Corbett knows how to persevere when others want to give up. Now 24 years sober from a methamphetamine addiction, the 53-year-old vegan has inspired countless runners